It’s official: Pikmin 3 Deluxe is coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on October 30. It, like other “Deluxe” Switch titles, is a souped-up version of the Wii U game Pikmin 3. The upcoming Switch version has already begun cropping up on retailer websites, so you can lock in a copy of your own. Here’s where to get it.
Preorder Pikmin 3 Deluxe
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- Get it at Amazon – $59.99
- Get it at Best Buy – $59.99
- Get it at GameStop – $59.99
- Get it at Nintendo eShop (digital) – $59.99
In Pikmin 3 Deluxe, you play as a trio of aliens who have landed on a mysterious planet that looks a good deal like Earth. But unlike our blue orb, this planet is populated by tiny helpful creatures called pikmin. It’s also home to vicious alien predators that enjoy gobbling up your colorful new friends.
Your job is to accompany the pikmin and explore the planet in search of food, all while solving environmental puzzles and fending off predators. Everything you do requires you to send pikmin to do it, so they’ll bring food back to your ship and fight enemies for you, no matter how overmatched they seem. You’ll just want to make sure to send the right kind of pikmin for the task.
New to the Deluxe version is a two-player co-op mode, additional side missions, and a handful of difficulty settings to make things easier in a variety of ways. It also includes all of the DLC released for the original.
For more information about the game, you can check out our Pikmin 3 review.
No Pikmin 3 Deluxe preorder bonuses or special editions have been announced, but we’ll add any relevant new preorder information here if it crops up. In the meantime, enjoy these other preorder guides for upcoming Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One, and PC games.
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