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Kirby and the Forgotten Land Launching March 25

A 3D platforming adventure, Nintendo Switch owners can pick up Kirby and the Forgotten Land when it launches on March 25, 2022.

Things kick off with a dire situation, with Waddle Dees being kidnapped in droves by the Beast Pack. Not one to take things sitting down, Kirby sets out on a journey with the curious Elfilin to save the day. Bandana Waddle Dee can also join in for co-op play.

Its 3D world is one in which nature and a past civilization have fused together in a series of areas that are packed with platforming challenges. Players will be able to free the Waddle Dees held captive at the goal point at the end of each stage, along with other Waddle Dees that can be found along the way. To aid Kirby on his adventure, he now packs the Drill and Ranger copy abilities.

Serving as a hub, Waddle Dee Town will have additional shops open up the longer people play. Games will be available here, along with the Waddle Dee Café.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Kirby and the Forgotten Land – Copy Abilities and Co-op – Nintendo Switch

Source: Press Release
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