Kirby Battle Royale Now Available In Stores & The eShop

If you’ve been itching for more Kirby action, your wait is over. But, this isn’t your typical Kirby platforming game. No, instead you are fighting in a tournament with Kirby Battle Royale! Check out the free demo on the eShop today or purchase the full game right now!


Kirby™ is entering a tournament against his toughest rival yet…himself! 1-4 players can fight in local* or online** battles. You can pick from 10+ Abilities and 10 battle types to compete in countless matchups. You can hoard treasure in Ore Express, knock out opponents in Slam Hockey, shoot missiles at Robo Bonkers, and more.

  • Up to 4 players* can each choose an Ability and fight in Kirby-on-Kirby battles*
  • Battle via local wireless* or regional online play
  • Uncover King Dedede’s nefarious plan in the single-player story mode

The Kirby series amiibo™ figures and Kirby character amiibo from the Super Smash Bros.™ series are compatible with this game. Tap the corresponding amiibo to receive exclusive in-game headgear of Galacta Knight, Café Waddle Dee, Ultra Sword Kirby, or Masked King Dedede.

Take some of Kirby’s Abilities for a spin in the free game demo, now available for download on Nintendo eShop for the Nintendo 3DS™ family of systems. After finishing the demo, you can transfer your demo data to the full version of Kirby Battle Royale (once purchased) to unlock Meta Knight as a playable character!

The Kirby Battle Royale game is available now only on the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. It can be purchased in stores, in Nintendo eShop, and at Nintendo.com. For more information about the game, visit http://kirby.nintendo.com/battle-royale/.

Game in 2D.

amiibo sold separately. Compatibility and functionality of amiibo may vary per game. Visit amiibo.com for specific details on how each amiibo works.

* Additional games and systems required for multiplayer mode. Sold separately.

**Wireless Internet access required for online play. For more info, go to support.nintendo.com.


Craig Majaski

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He's currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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