Chocobo GP Re-Released on Switch With All Unlockables and No Microtransactions

    Quietly launched by Square Enix a few days ago.

    Chocobo GP Lite was recently discontinued on June 1, and Square Enix have quietly re-released Chocobo GP on Nintendo Switch in the Nintendo eShop. The new release of Chocobo GP features all content released up to the point of the Lite version’s discontinuation, including the Chocobo GP’s Season 5 Update.

    As spotted by Nintendeal, Chocobo GP is now available for $49.99 in the Nintendo eShop with all in-game unlockables and no microtransactions. The Nintendo Switch game was quietly re-released on June 15, and the Chocobo GP Lite Nintendo eShop page is no longer available. However, players who previously played Chocobo GP Lite and still have the game downloaded may upgrade to the full version of Chocobo GP on Nintendo Switch. A separate Nintendo eShop page for this upgrade is also live alongside the full game. 

    Here’s an overview of Chocobo GP, via the Nintendo eShop:

    About Chocobo GP

    As the chequered flag waves, start an unpredictable and crazy fun race, where something unpredictable happens at every turn!

    Join Chocobo and friends as they hit the track in a variety of wacky vehicles!

    Learn the basics in story mode, then take on all-comers in the game mode of your choice! Use classic magic spells like fire and aero to blast the competition, or even turn the tables in a miracle comeback with each character’s unique abilities!

    Numerous ways to play, including time attack challenges and tournament-style survival races.
    Enjoy intense racing action with players from all around the world.

    *This product is a set containing Chocobo GP Lite and the upgrade to the full version of the game. Purchasing it will allow you to play the full Chocobo GP experience. Customers who have already downloaded Chocobo GP Lite should purchase the “upgrade to the full game” DLC instead.

    *For local multiplayer games, only owners of the full game are able to create lobbies and players using the Lite version can only play by joining an existing lobby.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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