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Dry Bowser Comes to Mario Tennis Aces In Spectacular Fashion.

Since its release on June 22, 2018, Mario Tennis Aces has stuck to their promise of adding free playable characters after launch. With this final addition, Dry Bowser should “flesh” out the roster as the 16th addition that became available through playing online tournaments. Dry Bowser is listed as a defensive class character, so adding this playable force could give you an edge in matches.

Here is the official release video showing off some of our fleshless friends skills.

 

 

To gain access to Dry Bowser all you have to do is participate in the online tournament that will run from July 1-30. The character will be available for everyone to play on August 1 for those who don’t have an online membership or want to participate in the tournament. With all of the updates that have come to Mario Tennis Aces since launch, it’s clear that Nintendo is focusing on supporting their games for the foreseeable future.

With the new tournament highlighting Dry Bowser taking place through the month of July, Fire Pirahna Plant is now available to everyone in the game. Do you plan to participate in the tournament to add the skeletal powerhouse to your roster? Let us know below.

 

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