It’s 823MB, so it’s far smaller than the Yakuza 6 demo.
The first big major exclusive game release on the Nintendo Switch this year will be Kirby: Star Allies, the upcoming new entry in the series that looks to go back to the classic roots of the franchise that have made Kirby so beloved and enduring to begin with. But if you’re not sold on the upcoming game already – or if you are, and you just want to play the game before its official launch – the good news is that a demo for the game is available to download on the Nintendo eShop right now.
Apparently, the demo supports multiplayer for up to four players simultaneously as well, so you can see the full extent of what the game has to offer for yourself as well.
Kirby: Star Allies is going to be launching exclusively on the Nintendo Switch on March 16- so you have two weeks of head time to try the demo out and master it.
Up to four players can journey through Dream Land together anytime, anywhere in #KirbyStarAllies! A free demo is now available from #NintendoSwitch #eShop.
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— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) March 1, 2018