Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope was one of the highlights of this year’s E3, offering an explosion of color and comedy to enliven Ubisoft’s show and give fans of the original game something to look forward to as we launch towards 2022.
U movies we’ve seen during the event he seemed particularly generous, with some very much beautiful character models and intriguing new gameplay elements – it looked like we might be on track to get our hands on a much more ambitious sequence, and it turns out that this is exactly the case.
In an interview with Multiplayer.it (Italian), Sparks of Hope creative director Davide Soliani and producer Cristina Nava talked about what we can expect to see in the new game. Interestingly, the conversation revealed that in response to the “much bigger ambitions” of the sequence, the original Mario + Rabbids team of just over 100 people has now tripled in size.
The interview also touched on Sparks of Hope’s new camera system and world-class concept. Nava says, “The worlds are no longer a corridor as parts of the exploration were in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle between battles. It’s not an open world, we’d like to point out, however on each planet you can move more freely. “. (Thank you, VGC).
Elsewhere, Soliani joked that the team listened to the Mario + Rabbids community, and that “some of the things they’ve asked us to collect and discuss since we released the game in 2017 have become a reality.” followed. He stops short of sharing what he might be, but it seems like fans are doing it for real fun.
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