Unlike the main game, which was made up of linear levels with a fixed camera, Bowser’s Fury looks to be more open-ended. If the trailer’s anything to go by, it’ll all take place in one interconnected area with its own set of collectables.
Other than the change in level design, there are more obvious differences. For one, Bowser Jr. will be tagging along for the ride, being able to find items and squash enemies.
The trailer’s end also showcases Bowser, who has become an uncontrollable giant, which culminates in a battle between him and
Super Saiyan giant cat Mario.
Releasing on February 12, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury will be joined by a Mario themed Switch console. It’ll only come with a protective case though, rather than a copy of 3D World.
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