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Hello Kitty Island Adventure Coming to Nintendo Switch in 2025

During the Nintendo Direct earlier today, Sunblink announced that cozy life sim Hello Kitty Island Adventure will come out for the PC and Nintendo Switch as a Timed Console Exclusive in 2025.

Hello Kitty Island Adventure features a massive world, one filled with more than 100 hours of adventure with Hello Kitty and her friends. 

After players create a Sanrio-style avatar from dozens of customization options and hundreds of clothing items, players will be able to build friendships by giving gifts, decorating a personal dream space, and inviting multiplayer friends over.

Hello Kitty Island Adventure previously won Best Mobile Game at The Game Awards 2023 and an Apple Design Award, received a Webby People’s Voice award, and won Apple Arcade’s Game of the Year.

Be sure to check out the Nintendo Switch announcement trailer for Hello Kitty Island Adventure below:

Hello Kitty Island Adventure – Announcement Trailer – Nintendo Switch

Chelsea Howe, Chief Product Officer at Sunblink, said the following:

“The tremendous response from fans and critics for our initial release was beyond our wildest dreams. We are so excited to bring these charming, cozy island vibes to more players next year. Just as we’ve done since launch, we’ll continue adding new features, storylines, and rewards to the game in the coming months so all players, regardless of platform, get the absolute best experience with no compromises.”

Chelsea Howe

Hello Kitty Island Adventure will come out later for the PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 following this release.

Fans can join the conversation around this title with the official Hello Kitty Island Adventure Discord channel.

Source: Press Release

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