How To Unlock Power Orbs In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle

How To Unlock Power Orbs In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle ...

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a turn-based tactical RPG developed by Ubisoft and published by Nintendo. When the Rabbid's latest intrigues inadvertently wreak havoc on the Mushroom Kingdom, Mario must team up with friends both new and old to save the world.

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has an upgrade system that can be utilized to strengthen the party's various members and unlock new abilities. This guide will explain how to unlock them.

Unlocking Power Orbs

In Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, the game's first midboss, Pirabbid Plant, is fought halfway through the Ancient Gardens, the game's first world, which can cause party members to panic and run out of cover.

Players will need to make good use of cover and the high ground when battling it. Using the pipes to reach the high ground in the four corners of the arena can provide additional damage and good cover from its attacks while blasting the various fire blocks when it takes cover behind them can smoke it out of cover while dealing massive damage.

Mario, Rabbid Luigi, and Rabbid Peach will need to make good use of their abilities to slay enemy fire and tank them with their shields. Rabbid Luigi's shield renders him totally immune to the fire status effect, allowing him to use riskier cover if it becomes necessary. Rabbid Peach's shield is more balanced in its utility.

As long as players have a solid grasp of the combat system, the Pirabbid plant will go down very quickly. Players receive 10 power orbs for defeating the Pirabbid plant, allowing them to begin building up the party.

Obtaining Power Orbs

Extra power orbs can be found in chests, obtained when clearing a mission for the first time, and when completed challenges for a world (which are unlocked once a world is cleared for the first time).

Collecting power orbs is a breeze to do with a thorough exploration of the game world, although players should be aware that there aren't enough power orbs in the game to completely upgrade everything (though all expended orbs can be refunded if players wish to try a different build).

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is now available on Nintendo Switch.