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Samba de Amigo: Party Central Will Be Dancing Its Way Onto The Switch This Summer

Samba de Amigo Party Central
Nico Vergara Updated on by

The February 2023 Nintendo Direct revealed plenty of exciting new entries that are set to be released in the first half of the year. Though most of the headlines mainly revolved around significant games like The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Pikmin 4, there were still a variety of other prominent entries like the upbeat Samba de Amigo title from Sega.

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As part of its segment in the latest Nintendo showcase, its release date was also revealed by the ever-popular Japanese gaming giants. With that said, we’ll be taking a close look at all the information that’s been disclosed so far including its launch window.

Samba de Amigo: Party Central Release Date

The bright, rhythm-based title from Sega will be launched in Summer 2023. Unfortunately, a specific release date is yet to be provided so it’s currently unclear when exactly it will become publicly available.

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Based on Samba de Amigo: Party Central’s official website, however, pre-orders are now open for the game ahead of its imminent launch day. A large number of in-game screenshot were also provided by the developers with most of them boasting the beautifully designed animated graphics that the game has.

The additional information provided has also revealed that players will be able to play through 40 different hit songs from a number of popular genres. Apparently, even more tracks will also be added as part of a post-launch DLC.

Those looking for a competitive experience will be pleased to know that the game will have online functionality enabled through its World Party mode. Here, people will be able to compete against other users through the online leaderboards that records worldwide player scores.

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