Shellfish Gear is also available for improving one's speed and technique, and there's also a new stadium, Urban Rooftop.
Nintendo has also provided updated sales figures for the likes of Nintendo Switch Sports, Pokemon Legends: Arceus, and more.
The new Planetoid stadium has been added along with Barrel gear. Striker Rankings for assessing one's skills are also available.
Another upcoming update, which is due out sometime this month, will add more new characters, gameplay features, and more.
The game's first free update also adds new themed gear and brings a couple of quality-of-life improvements, along with general balancing changes.
The sports title is receiving its first free update later this week, and Nintendo confirms that two more will be coming before the end of 2022.
F1 22 debuts at 12th place, Mario Strikers: Battle League takes No. 3, and Final Fantasy 7 Remake leaps back into the top 10.
Mario Strikers' launch sales are lower than the last couple of Mario sports titles, while The Quarry saw a decent launch.
A lengthy new trailer goes over the several different techniques and strategies you can employ in Mario Strikers: Battle League's bonkers football matches.
Recent datamining has suggested that the upcoming Mario Strikers: Battle League will double its roster of characters with post-launch DLC.
The free updates will include new playable characters, though Nintendo is remaining tight-lipped on who they are and when they'll arrive.
The "First Kick" demo includes the tutorial and online matches. Six time slots are available from June 3rd to 5th for playing online.
Developed by Next Level Games, the arcade-style football title releases on June 10th for Nintendo Switch and features 10 playable characters.
Nintendo reveals Mario Strikers: Battle League will launch with 10 playable characters, with some notable omissions.
Next Level Games and Nintendo's bombastic football game is out this June, and gets a new trailer to go over its key features.
Though Nintendo didn't disclose the football game's developer upon its announcement, it's been confirmed that the Luigi's Mansion 3 studio is in charge of Mario Strikers once again.
The upcoming football action title isn't going to require too much storage space, with its eShop page mentioning just a 3 GB requirement.
Fans have been demanding a new Mario Strikers game for years, and Nintendo has finally succumbed with Mario Strikers: Battle League.
Next Level Games will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Nintendo in March.
Bringing new minigames, costumes, ghosts, and more.