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    The Invasion of Astro Bears is Coming to Nintendo Switch This July.

    The sequel to Astro Bears has been announced by SONKA which will come to Nintendo Switch on July 19th in conjunction with Space Exploration Day. With major improvements such new bear planets, new bears and new play modes which will add to the success of the original Astro Bears Party.

    There will be four new Astro Bears with their own play style giving a total of eight Bears to play with for some chaotic gameplay on small to huge planets. Now, jellyfish hunting can be played in co-op mode with a newly added global leaderboard. New themes, music and gameplay improvements enrich the lively Astro Bears experience.
    The growing community of the Astro Bear Esport community brings in an all-new competitive mode; a 1vs1 tournament option where players choose 3 different Astro Bears which might fit the randomized nature of the environment in a best of 5 format. Winners will win all three Astro Bears selected in this quest for victory.
    Features of Astro Bears include:
    • 8 cute Astro Bears with different play styles,
    • Local multiplayer for 2-4 players,
    • Competitive mode for challenge-seeking players,
    • Jetfish Hunting with single- and 2-player co-op mode,
    • ‘80s-inspired soundtrack.

    Astro Bears will be available on Nintendo eShop on July 19th priced at USD 6.99 (approx MYR 29). Those who own Astro Bears Party will receive the new game for free!

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