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Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope: How to get 100% completion on each world

Building off the base of the first game, Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope piles on a ton of extra things to do in each world. There are battles, of course, but also a host of things to do and find in each of the overworlds. From side quests to finding Sparks, Planet Keys, and even Secret Zone challenges, it will take a good deal of effort to complete each one. Thankfully, the game provides a handy percentage meter, so you can see how close you are to doing everything there is in a given world.




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What You Need

  • Reach 99% completion for any or all worlds

  • Complete each world's Secret Zone challenge

However, even after getting all the Sparks, Planet Keys, memories, and quests, you may still find yourself stuck at 99% completion and not know why. This isn't a bug, but the game won't tell you what that last percentage point is related to. If you're confused as to why you can't hit 100% completion in a world in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope, here's the last thing you need to do.

Mario shooting two blasters.
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How to get 100% completion

After you've done everything the game asks you to in a given world in Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope and find yourself only at 99% completion, there's one task left to do. Again, the game will never tell you what it is, but it is related to the Secret Zone challenge.

Step 1: Return to a world you've at least completed the Secret Zone challenge in.

Step 2: Access the Secret Zone challenge a second time to begin it again, this time with a time limit.

Step 3: Beat the Secret Zone challenge within the time limit to unlock a special weapon skin.

Step 4: This will reward you with the final 1% you need to complete the world.

Step 5: Repeat for all five Secret Zone challenges.

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