How Long is Kirby and the Forgotten Land?
By Jack O'Dwyer
We've answered the question of how long Kirby and the Forgotten Land is.
One of the top questions on players' minds when a new game comes out is, inevitably, "how long is this going to take?" Knowing exactly how long a new game may take to complete could pave the way for good pacing when working through it, as well as give an approximate timeline for the length of time before they can move on to the next grayed-out title in their gaming library.
Here's how long it should take to beat Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
How Long It Takes to Complete Kirby and the Forgotten Land
According to current player estimates, most should be able to finish the base campaign of Kirby and the Forgotten Land in about 20 hours or so—just under a full day.
As always, this estimate does not include side/auxiliary or post-game content such as earning Rare Stones and finding collectibles, respectively. Depending on how players want to allocate their Copy Ability evolutions, find blueprints, earn in-game currency, or save all the Waddle Dees, they may easily find themselves spending 30 hours or more in-game.
This also doesn't include potential "game overs" or repeated attempts needed to complete the trickier late-game stages and/or objectives. Players may feel the need to give themselves time to retry stages should they not get the optimal result desired—yes, we're looking at you, Circuit Speedway.
There are about 40 stages in Kirby and the Forgotten Land—again, neglecting the bonus missions. Players are encouraged to take all the time they need to get the most out of the game.