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Kirby And The Forgotten Land Release Time – Here’s How You Can Play

Kirby and the Forgotten Land’s release time is now available, and it’s Kirby’s first 3D Adventure game. So, congratulations to Nintendo’s pink mascot!

Whether you’re picking up a physical copy of the game or downloading it via the Nintendo Switch eShop, Kirby’s first 3D adventure has been a long time coming.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land – release time

Well, if you’re buying a physical copy (available from the GameByte Shop with a free poster), the chances are it’s already arrived in the post. Unless of course, you’re yet to visit your preferred retailer in person to pick up a copy.

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However, if you’re buying the game digitally from the eShop, you can download the game today. Kirby and the Forgotten Land is available for £49.99/$59.99. The digital download size is only 5.7GB, so it won’t gobble up much of your storage space.

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If you’re unsure if Kirby and the Forgotten Land is for you, then fear not. Right now on the Nintendo eShop is a free playable demo for you to download. The playable demo will let you sample the first three levels of the game, so it’s quite a generous one.

In related Kirby news, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the beloved series, Kirby and friends will be hosting a concert at the Tokyo Garden Theatre. Surely, we only thought this concert would be possible in Kirby’s dreams!

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Will you be picking up Kirby’s first 3D adventure game? Let us know across our social media channels. Kirby and the Forgotten Land is available now for the Nintendo Switch.

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