Haven’t jumped into the wacky Alpaca Ball: Allstars on Switch? Now’s a great time to do so!
Today, Leoful announced that a new edition of the game is now available on the Switch eShop in the west for USD19.99/EUR19.99/GBP17.99. This new edition of the game includes the Japanese Summer Festival update and language support for Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean – and will be the only edition to receive future updates, moving forward.
Those with the original “Legacy Edition” of the game will be able to download this new edition of the game for completely free. Additionally, a free demo of the game is now available.
Here are the full details below:
A new edition of Alpaca Ball: Allstars is out now on Nintendo Switch!
Starting today (October 15, 2021), a new edition of Alpaca Ball: Allstars is available for purchase on the Nintendo eShop in the Americas and Europe for USD19.99/EUR19,99/GBP17,99. Enjoy a 20% discount from October 15 to November 4, 2021.
The new edition of Alpaca Ball: Allstars adds content from the Japanese Summer Festival update and support for four languages – Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Korean. This new edition will also receive all future updates as support for the Alpaca Ball: Allstars Legacy Edition has been discontinued.
Alpaca Ball: Allstars Legacy Edition owners can download the new version for free by searching “Alpaca Ball” on the Nintendo eShop. Unsure of which edition you have? Compare the application icon on your Nintendo Switch Home Menu with the image below:
Note: No further action is required for owners of the Alpaca Ball: Allstars Nintendo Switch physical edition in Asia or the Alpaca Ball: Allstars digital version in Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea. The new edition is exactly the same as the software sold in Asia.
Try before you buy with the Alpaca Ball: Allstars free demo on Nintendo Switch
Starting today, Nintendo Switch players in the Americas, Europe, and Japan can download a free demo for Alpaca Ball: Allstars. Try out the first few stages of Career Mode and have an intense match with a friend in Competitive Mode*.
*Game options such as number of bots, type of balls, and costumes are limited in the demo.
Note: The full version of the game supports up to 2 players in Career Mode and up to 8 players in Competitive Mode.