Peach Is a Figure Skater, Mermaid, and Thief in New Princess Peach: Showtime Trailer
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Princess Peach: Showtime Trailer Casts Her as a Mermaid and Figure Skater

There’s another new Princess Peach: Showtime trailer, and this video introduces four different powers and roles for her, as the game will include dashing thief, figure skater, mermaid, and mighty forms of the character. Each one, as usual, has its own specialties.

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Things begin with Figure Skater Peach. When playing as her, people will glide over icy platforms and rinks and attack enemies. The Dashing Thief Peach uses a grappling hook to maneuver. Meanwhile, Mermaid Peach sings to gather fish in that portion of the clip. Finally, Mighty Peach is a super hero. That segment shows her fighting enemies on foot as well as flying through the sky to tackle additional foes.

Here’s the Princess Peach: Showtime trailer going over the figure skater, dashing thief, mermaid, and mighty roles.

Most of the new trailer tend to focus on her different roles and showing how they’ll affect her abilities in the game. For example, the January 2023 video involved looks at six other roles Peach can take. It looked at her cowgirl, detective, kung fu, ninja, patissiere, and sword fighter classes. The two new abilities that debuted in that trailer were cowgirl and ninja.

Princess Peach: Showtime will launch on March 22, 2024 worldwide. Pre-orders are open. There will also be a new pair of Joy-Con controllers out that day that are a shade of pink.


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