HAL Laboratory appears to have no trouble pumping out new games starring the pink puffball on a regular basis and with this mind, it's currently recruiting for a new Kirby project, presumably targeting a Switch release in the near future.
All up, the company is seeking an Action Programmer, UI Programmer, Graphics Programmer, 3D Artist, Motion Designer, Effect Designer, UI Designer, Level Designer, Planning Assistant, and Project Manager (thanks, Japanese Nintendo).
The last Kirby game and the first one released on the Nintendo Switch was Kirby Star Allies. It arrived in 2018 and received three free updates, which added Dream Friends and new modes. We described it as a "fun, relaxing game" that did a good job showcasing what the Kirby series is all about.
While we wait for more details about the next project, feel free to tell us what you would like to see from future installments in the Kirby series.