Though Nintendo said that they were going to be focusing on 2017 games for the Nintendo Switch, they weren’t afraid to drop some future reveals as well. One of which was the reveal of a brand new Kirby game coming to the Switch in 2018.
This Kirby game takes the classic 2D adventure game to some interesting places, as for the first time you’re actually able to make your enemies your friends and have them help you in special ways. Including, being able to use your new partners to power up your abilities, for example, you can use a fire enemy to boost his sword and make him Fire Sword Kirby! And, you can even join together to make a rolling tube of death!
And of course, there are going to be classic enemies and bosses that you’ll get to fight alone or with your new allies. So you’ll get a new joy in taking them down.
Kirby for Nintendo Switch is set to arrive in 2018. Check out the official trailer below!
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