Nintendo’s iconic pink fluff Kirby is going to the star of one of his more unique outings soon, with the fully 3D platformer Kirby and the Forgotten Land launching for the Switch in a little over a couple of months. The game has surprised people with how good it has looked in what Nintendo has shown of it so far, and more details on it are emerging as well.
Over on the game’s eShop page, for instance, it’s file size has been confirmed. As is the norm for Nintendo Switch releases, you’re not going to need an awful lot of storage space, with a size of just 5.8 GB. For comparison’s sake, 2018’s Kirby Star Allies had a file size of 4 GB, while Super Mario Odyssey (which is the closest analog to Forgotten Land in terms of gameplay style) had a file size of 5.6 GB.
Kirby and the Forgotten Land is out exclusively for the Nintendo Switch on March 25. Check out the game’s newest gameplay showing through here.