E3 2017: New Kirby Game Revealed For Nintendo Switch
Rollin', rollin', rollin', keep those Kirby's rollin'.
A brand-new side-scrolling Kirby game was announced for Nintendo Switch during Nintendo's Spotlight presentation at E3 with a general release date of 2018. The new game wasn't given a specific title and is currently referred to only as "Kirby."
The brief reveal video shown during the presentation suggests that the new Kirby Switch game will support up to four players for co-op platforming. Kirby, in addition to sucking in enemies and acquiring their powers, now has the option to turn enemies into allies that can be controlled by either the CPU or a real-life player.
While the new Kirby game is scheduled to arrive next year, 2017 will see three other Kirby games hit 3DS to celebrate the series' 25th Anniversary. These upcoming games include Team Kirby Clash Deluxe, Kirby's Blowout Blast, and another multiplayer-focused Kirby game that has yet to be fully revealed.
Along with Kirby's reveal, Nintendo also dropped several major announcements today including a release date for Super Mario Odyssey, a new Yoshi game, details on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's upcoming DLC packs, and a future Pokemon RPG on Nintendo Switch.
To catch up on everything that was announced during the Nintendo Spotlight presentation, you can check out this roundup of all the Nintendo announcements. And for all of the news from the event, check out our E3 hub.
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