Nin­ten­do has announced a new bat­tle royale-style Pac-Man game for the Switch titled Pac-Man 99. It’s sim­i­lar to Tetris 99, launch­es lat­er today and will avail­able exclu­sive­ly for Nin­ten­do Switch Online subscribers. 

Mush like Tetris 99, Pac-Man 99 con­sists of 99 play­ers, with each play­er attempt­ing to be the last Pac-Man remain­ing. Nav­i­gate the maze and avoid the ever-pur­su­ing ghosts, with any ghost you defeat being sent to oth­er play­ers’ screens as a “Jam­mer Pac-Man.” Run­ning into one of the Jam­mers will reduce the play­er’s move­ment speed, mak­ing them more vulnerable.

There are also Sleep­ing Ghosts in Pac-Man 99. Tak­ing a bite out of these ghosts will cause them to mul­ti­ply, and form a “ghost train,” let­ting you chomp them up all in one swoop after grab­bing a Pow­er Pel­let. You can watch the full trail­er for Pac-Man 99 below.

The game is set to go live at 6 p.m. PT/ 9 p.m. ET on April 7th. As men­tioned ear­li­er, it is free for Nin­ten­do Switch Online members.

Once launched, there will also be paid DLC packs for Pac-Man 99 which adds offline modes and themes based on oth­er Nam­co games. This includes Gala­ga and Dig Dug. Offline mode packs cost $15 USD, with var­i­ous themes cost­ing $2 USD. All of the DLC is being bun­dled togeth­er into one Deluxe Pack for $30 USD. You can check out more about that on Nin­ten­do’s web­site.

The announce­ment for Pac-Man 99 comes short­ly after Nin­ten­do removed Super Mario Bros. 35, anoth­er bat­tle royale game offered as part of Super Mar­i­o’s 35th anniver­sary cel­e­bra­tion. This too was only avail­able for Nin­ten­do Switch Online subscribers.