The brand-new Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest is dropping out soon on the Nintendo Switch! The drop is going to be part of Switch Online’s new batch of September 2020 games both SNES and NES.
Nintendo also revealed these new games some time late Tuesday in a particular tweet. Other bunch of SNES games will also be added to the Switch Online and these include puzzler Mario’s Super Picross and also the beat-em-up game The Peace Keepers.
On the other hand, SCAT: Special Cybernetic Attack Team is also bolstering the known NES catalog. All of these games will become available to those Switch Online subscribers by Wednesday on September 23.
This known sequel to Donkey Kong Country, which was previously added to the Switch Online platform in July, follows the Diddy Kong and the Dixie Kong on their own journey to finally rescue the Donkey Kong from the known clutches of the King K. Rool.
Just like its predecessor, Donkey Kong Country 2 is going to be extraordinarily challenging, though its also generally agreed upon that the actual sequel does not really feel just quite as unfair as the very first one. Better yet, the Dixie Kong’s improved nimble movement along with the hovering ability has actually made the gameplay even more diverse.
Now that the Switch Online is finally getting one of the SNE’s very finest games, you might also be wanting to grab yourself a subscription if you still haven’t gotten one. If so, you can now sign up for the current $4/ month or even $8/three months. There’s also a package that gives you a whole year of membership for only $20.
This gets you not only the brand-new games for September, but there are over 50 other NES games and about over 30 different SNES games, some of them are already with enhancements just like save states as well as bonus items.
If you want to get the Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest on the Nintendo Switch, first you’ll have to get yourself a subscription to Switch Online. Don’t worry, if you get the year subscription, you won’t have to worry about renewing it every month. The next thing you need to so when September 23 comes is go to the Switch Online, type in the Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest and simply get it for yourself.
Although details regarding the price or the game being free has not been released, it’s widely assumed that the game won’t really cost that much and will actually be pretty affordable and price worthy for the enjoyment that you’ll experience.
Nintendo Switch has arguably become the most popular console this 2020 but the truth of the matter is that the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S has not yet come out!