Kirby’s Dream Buffet is out soon and fans might be disappointed to learn that it’s not free as a pre-order price is set with a Nintendo Switch Online membership also required to play.
It is the second Kirby game to be released on Nintendo consoles after the success forgotten land. Dream Buffet is a multiplayer experience with four friends where you each play as Nintendo’s iconic mascot and battle for victory.
You can pre-order it now to play the second it launches.
Is Kirby’s Dream Buffet free?
Kirby’s Dream Buffet isn’t free as it costs £13.49 to pre-order.
There are no pre-order bonuses, and fans may be disappointed with the cost as other multiplayer titles featuring Nintendo’s iconic mascot have been free in the past.
While the inclusion of the prize is disappointing, there’s still plenty to get excited about the game. It looks gorgeous with its bright colors and wacky food-themed visuals, and the multiplayer gameplay looks a lot of fun. .
However, if you want to take advantage of online multiplayer, you’ll need to pay extra for free if you’re not already a Nintendo member.
Nintendo Switch Online Subscription
According to the Nintendo eShop, you need a Nintendo Switch Online membership to enjoy online play in Kirby’s Dream Buffet.
Below are the subscription fees if you are not already a member:
Single Account/Individual Membership:
- £3.49 – every 30 days
- £6.99 – every 90 days
- £17.99 – every 12 months
- £34.99 – every 12 months (Nintendo Switch Online with expansion pack)
Family Membership (up to eight accounts):
- £31.49 – every 12 months
- £59.99 – every 12 months (Nintendo Switch Online with expansion pack)
Multiplayer is for four people, and local multiplayer is supported if you plan to play with friends and don’t want to pay a subscription.
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