Present Codes Kirby and the Forgotten Land

The next instalment in the Kirby series – Kirby and the Forgotten Land – has finally arrived! Everyone’s favourite joyful pink creature is ready to embark on another adventure, this time around in a strange post-apocalyptic world. Once you save 50 Waddle Dees during the game, you will unlock Waddle Dee-liveries. This is essentially an in-game post service. And if you find some present codes, they can give you some nice rewards! Here are all currently active Kirby and the Forgotten Land Present Codes

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Present Codes Kirby and the Forgotten Land

All Active Kirby and the Forgotten Land Present Codes

Present Codes in Kirby and the Forgotten Land can be redeemed in exchange for in-game rewards. These codes might be hidden somewhere in the game, or they may be given from an outside source. For example, developers HAL Laboratory or publisher Nintendo can decide to share some codes online. And they probably will from time to time. But for now, the codes can only be found inside the game. These codes are extremely well hidden and it’s a nuisance finding them. Luckily for you, we’ve got you covered! Below you will find all Kirby and the Forgotten Land Present Codes which we currently know.

  • FIRSTPRESENT– Reward: 100 Star Coins
  • KIRBYSTORY – Reward: 300 Star Coins
  • THANKYOUMETAKNIGHT – Reward: Three Rare Stones

These codes are from the game itself, so they will probably never expire, unlike those which will be shared online. Star Coins are the in-game currency that you will use to pay for Waddle Dee-liveries’ services. On the other hand, you will use Rare Stones to upgrade your Copy Abilities at the Weapons Shop. It goes without saying that both are incredibly useful and a welcome gift!

There are probably more Present Codes scattered around the game, and we will make sure to update the article once we find more! Also, Nintendo will probably share new present codes from time to time via their official channels. We will watch closely for these and add them to the article as soon as they become available.

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