Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble SEGA Pass Revealed

Players will be able to race, roll, and spin dash with Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and Amy in SEGA’s Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble as part of the SEGA Pass coming to the title.

As part of the SEGA Pass, these Sonic the Hedgehog character will be playable across both Adventure Mode and Battle Mode, each featuring their own unique stats to help them on the courses. 

In addition, these characters will exclusively have pick-ups that change bananas to Gold Rings. Note that the SEGA Pass is included with the Digital Deluxe Edition of Banana Rumble, and will also be available as a separate bundle that can be purchased.

Individual characters will also be available à la carte, with all content scheduled to be released over the coming months.

See the SEGA Pass in action with the Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble trailer below:

Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble – SEGA Pass: Sonic Team Reveal Trailer

In case you missed it, scope out the characters and customization features coming to Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble below:

Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble – Characters and Customization – Nintendo Switch

Set to release on the Nintendo Switch June 25, those that want to get ready for Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble’s release can pre-order the title via the official Super Monkey Ball Banana Rumble website.

Note that, as an added perk, those that sign up for SEGA emails at bananarumble.com can also get themselves the in-game Shinobi costume.

Source: Press Release

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