With its newest instalment on the already smash-hit Nintendo Switch console, our powerful pink puffball of a friend is exploring an abandoned and mysterious world filled with traces of past civilizations.
Solo or with a friend, dive headfirst into this 3D stage-filled, one-of-a-kind story in Kirby and the Forgotten Lands! Here’s everything you need to know about the release.
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands release date
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands releases exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on Friday, 25th March.
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands co-op mode
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands promises a full out co-op mode. Whilst Player 1 takes control over our powerful pink puffball protagonist, Player 2 will handle the nitty-gritty playing as Bandana Waddle Dee!
Bandana Waddle Dee will stab and spin with his spear and handle enemies in melee range whilst our beloved Kirby flies, glides and absorbs enemies left and right to clear the blind spots in your adventure.
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands is only up to 2 players, so make sure you assign turns and keep an eye on the timer if your party wants to sneak in a third!
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands file size
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands will have a final game file size of 5.8 GB. Make sure you make room if need be before purchasing this franchise’s entry!
Kirby and the Forgotten Lands price
The official game’s site lists Kirby and the Forgotten Lands at USD $59.99/CAD $79.99. If you purchase the digital version, however, Nintendo will reward you with 150 Gold Points completely for free!
Make sure you spare disk space, spare a Joy-Con for a friend and spare some time to dive into the adventure as Kirby and the Forgotten Lands looks like the classic Nintendo formula for iconic 3D platformers.
Kirby is far from the only game releasing in March, if you're keen on seeing what else such a packed month has in store for you, check out our up to date video game release calendar.
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Featured image courtesy of Nintendo.