E3 2017 Leaks: ‘Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle’ Coming Out? No ‘Shenmue III’ Yet

May 29, 2017 03:46 AM EDT | Gerone Trish


E3 2017 is fast approaching and leaks have been circulating on the web. "Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" will most likely show up while "Shenmue III" has announced its non-participation in the event.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2017 is a three-day exhibit of video games and many gaming enthusiasts crowd the yearly event. Doors will open on June 10 and will close on the 12th.

"Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" is speculated to be launched at the upcoming E3 2017 Press Conference. Ubisoft has been rumored to introduce the new game in the said event and a new leak seems to have confirmed the theory.

The leak confirms the game was created with the innovative Snowdrop Engine, the same engine was utilized in Tom Clancy's "The Division" game. According to the leak, the Rabbids unite against Mario. It also features Luigi and Princess Peach.

Reports say that the new leak appears to be genuine. "Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle" is rumored to be released anytime from August and September this year on Nintendo Switch.

Meanwhile, Ys Net's "Shenmue III" has reportedly confirmed its absence in the upcoming E3 2017. The development team has released a statement, saying the new game will not appear in any game events this coming June as they have planned to devote the whole month to developing the game.

Ys Net has also released a new video for "Shenmue III" that provides a preview of the new character of the game. The video is the third volume and is part of the "Development Report" series for the new game.

With regard to EA Play, the game developer has announced its plan to showcase the highly anticipated "Star Wars: Battlefront II." Anxious fans will be given the chance to try one of the battle modes of the new game. Fans will get to feel the new vibe that the game offers. EA Play has also announced that rapper Nas is coming to entertain the fans on the evening of Saturday, June 10.

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