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Astro Bears Party

The new version of Astro Bears dropped on the Switch eShop yesterday. Take a look at some footage in the video below.

Note that if you own the original Astro Bears Party, Astro Bears is currently free on the eShop.

Astro Bears, the updated version of Astro Bears Party, launches for Switch this Friday. View a trailer for the game below.

SONKA has finally provided a release date for Astro Bears, the sequel to the Switch eShop game Astro Bears Party. A digital release is set for July 19 in honor of Space Exploration Day.

Astro Bears features “loads of improvements, new Bears, planets and play modes”. Find some additional information as to what’s planned below.

It was announced over a year ago that a big update was in the works for Astro Bears Party. SONKA now says it will be ready sometime this spring, and a new edition of the game will be released as simply “Astro Bears”.

Here’s an overview of what’s new:

QubicGames released Astro Bears Party on the Switch eShop. It’s an “an easy-to-learn, hard-to-master game about running around a planet and avoiding each other’s Magical Beary Ribbons.” While it’s mostly for multiplayer, a Jetfish Hunting single-player mode is also included.

QubicGames confirmed in a Reddit AMA yesterday that it has more plans for Astro Bears Party, despite launching the game several months ago. It’ll feature two new playable characters, a new multiplayer “competitive” mode, a new single-player mode, support for online high scores, new planets, and more.

A release date for the update hasn’t been set as of now. However, it’s targeted for April / May.

Thanks to James M for the tip.

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Later this week, Qubic Games will be publishing Astro Bears Party on the Switch eShop. Get a look at some early footage below.

According to its Twitter, Astro Bears Party will be launching on the Switch come September 28 at a price of $4.99. This news applies to both North America and Europe.


Astro Bears Party is a “competitive game featuring bears in space suits,” sure to turn some eyes in its direction.

QubicGames will soon be bringing Robonauts to Switch. Aside from that game, the company is also putting out Astro Bears Party. The European Switch eShop lists it for August 31 with a €4.99 / £4.49 price point.

Astro Bears Party features multiplayer with up to four players. The main gameplay involves moving around a planet and avoiding Magical Beary Ribbons from other players. A single-player “Jetfish Hunting” mode is also included.

Here’s a more in-depth overview: