Even though Kirby and the Forgotten Land for the Nintendo Switch was released earlier this year, it appears that Nintendo will still be working on the beloved pink blob in 2022. This summer, multiplayer Kirby hijinks will be introduced via Nintendo’s recently released Kirby game for the Nintendo Switch, Kirby’s Dream Buffet. A precise release date has not yet been made public.
According to Nintendo’s introduction of the new Kirby video game, “Kirby’s Dream Buffet finds Kirbys rolling around a feast of food-themed stages in four rounds of furious multiplayer action.” Players will compete against one another through these scrumptious obstacle courses in order to collect strawberries as Kirby ages. To win, players must knock opponents off the level and use their well-known Copy Abilities, or Copy Food Abilities as they are known in this game.
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The brand-new Kirby’s Dream Buffet announcement trailer is included below for your viewing pleasure. With some restrictions, the new Kirby game provides both local and online multiplayer. Nintendo makes it clear that while online multiplayer requires a Nintendo Switch Online membership, local multiplayer may require extra games, consoles, and accessories. Beyond that, Kirby’s Dream Buffet appears to revolve around competing in four rounds of food-themed tasks on levels with up to four players while navigating obstacle courses.
Hungry for some 4-player Kirby fun? Race through delicious obstacle courses, collect the most strawberries, and thwart your competition using familiar abilities.
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The Nintendo Switch version of Kirby’s Dream Buffet will be available this summer, as was already mentioned. Beyond that, no precise release date has been provided. Though it appears that download coupons will be offered at retail, it should be noted that the game will only be available on the Nintendo eShop. All of our prior articles about Nintendo in general are available here.