Kirby and the Forgotten Land Screenshots Show Off Boss Fights

Nintendo releases fresh screenshots for Kirby and the Forgotten Land that show off two of the boss fights in the game.

One of the most prolific Nintendo franchises in history is Kirby, with the franchise getting a new entry almost every single year since it debuted in 1992. The latest Kirby game is Kirby and the Forgotten Land, a Nintendo Switch exclusive that’s set to take the series in some bold new directions, abandoning its side-scrolling roots in favor of being a full-fledged 3D platformer.

Nintendo has been hyping Kirby and the Forgotten Land by releasing gameplay trailers and screenshots, highlighting what fans can expect from the game once its release date rolls around at the end of March. The latest batch of Kirby and the Forgotten Land screenshots released by Nintendo take a look at two of the game’s boss fights, showing off the intimidating enemies that players will have to contend with at launch.


The two boss fights shown in the screenshots are enemies that have been featured prominently in Kirby and the Forgotten Land trailers. The first is the “Unfriendly Fronds” Tropic Woods, which is a tropical twist on Whispy Woods, a recurring boss that has appeared in numerous Kirby video games over the years. The screenshot shows Tropic Woods using its roots to cage Kirby in, while the pink fluff ball tries to fight back using Fire attacks.

The other boss seen in the latest Kirby and the Forgotten Land screenshots is the “Strong-Armed Beast” Gorimondo. Gorimondo is a massive gorilla with a white mohawk that will try to take out Kirby with a spin attack. One screenshot of Gorimondo not only shows his spin attack in action, but it also shows Kirby and the Forgotten Land‘s co-op gameplay, with Kirby and Bandana Waddle Dee joining forces to take down Gorimondo.

These boss fight screenshots are just the latest batch of images that Nintendo has released for Kirby and the Forgotten Land in the past few weeks. It’s also released screenshots that give fans an even closer look at its co-op mode, not to mention some that show off Kirby’s copy abilities in the new game. It’s quite likely that fans are in store for even more screenshots as we get closer to the game’s release.

Expectations are high for Kirby and the Forgotten Land, and while it’s certainly a risk to make such drastic changes to the established formula, it certainly seems as though the game is on the right track. Fans will find out if Kirby and the Forgotten Land lives up to the hype when it launches at the end of March.

Kirby and the Forgotten Land will launch on March 25, exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.

Source: Gamerant

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