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Kirby and the Forgotten Land release date confirmed alongside new trailer

It looks like Kirby's next adventure is going to be here a lot sooner than you might think - Kirby is headed to the Forgotten Land in the aptly named Kirby and the Forgotten Land and we have everything you need to know about it below.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land release date

We don't want to sound too hyperbolic, but Kirby and the Forgotten Land looks as though it could well be the best Nintendo Switch game we're going to get in 2022 - Sorry, Pokemon Legends Arceus.

Kirby's next adventure, Kirby and the Forgotten Land is coming to Nintendo Switch on March 25th, 2022. It's going to be a 3D cooperative adventure with puzzles and platforming and hours of fun.

The latest trailer showcases Kirby's iconic Copy ability in action and there's so much more to learn about this new adventure.

" Join Kirby in an unforgettable journey through a mysterious world in a delightful 3D platforming adventure.
" Take control of the powerful pink puffball, Kirby, and move around freely in 3D stages as you discover a mysterious world with abandoned structures from a past civilization—like a shopping mall?! Copy enemies’ abilities like Sword and Ice and use them to attack and explore your surroundings! What journey awaits Kirby? Take a deep breath and get ready for an unforgettable adventure!"

We don't know how big this game will be, but it could be around 20GB - depending on how expansive the new world is. Only time will tell, though, but we don't have to wait long for that information to become available.

If you're looking for some interesting trivia, this release marks the second-longest period without a new Kirby game since Kirby Squeak Squad in 2007 and Kirby's Return to Dream Land in 2011. You can also pick up Kirby Playing Cards from the Nintendo Store - expect to see more Kirby-related information drop throughout the next few days, it's their 30th Anniversary after all!

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