Nintendo disclosed Kirby's Dream Buffet's release date in the game's most recent video, and it's coming much sooner than you would have anticipated. With Kirby being forced to consume desserts to his heart's delight after being shrunk down by the Dream Fork, Kirby's Dream Buffet is a Nintendo Switch exclusive with a multiplayer focus. \n \nBattle Royale, Minigame, and Race are the three game modes available in Kirby's Dream Buffet. Competitors roll through levels while consuming as many strawberries as possible in the race. They also use Copy powers to defeat opponents and snag as many snacks as possible. \n \nThe player in the lead will have the advantage because the winner of each race is the Kirby who ate the most strawberries. After all, the finish line has multiple plates of strawberries on it. A strawberry-eating minigame is also involved, although the players have more chances to fight over food during these games because they occur in enclosed spaces. \n \nAlthough there are arena bouts in Battle Royale, a more aggressive approach is preferred because it can push opponents off the stage and grab their strawberries. \n \nKirby's Dream Buffet received a hazy "Summer 2022" release date in July. However, the game was closer to being finished than perhaps first believed. \n \nThe Nintendo Switch game Kirby's Dream Buffet will go on sale for £13.49 on August 17, according to a new trailer posted on the company's official YouTube channel. Although Kirby's Dream Buffet's dollar pricing hasn't been disclosed, based on the British Pound's conversion rate, it will probably cost roughly $15. \n \nIn addition to filling Kirby, strawberries provide another purpose. Spending strawberries outside of matches will unlock rewards. There are also Character Treats and pedestals with Kirby character images that can be utilized as a starting point at the start of a battle. These entail costumes and colors for the various Kirbys, some of which are reminiscent of the character costume customization possibilities in Fall Guys.