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Is Sherbet Cookie Playable in Cookie Run: Kingdom

The latest winter update has rolled out for Cookie Run: Kingdom and set the game in holiday spirits. This time, the update is titled ‘Frost Witch and the Lantern in the Snow’ and has a rather interesting storyline.

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We also got introduced to three new Cookies – Cotton Cookie, Frost Queen Cookie, and the Sherbet Cookie. All three Cookies play a major role in the story.

Can we Unlock and Play Sherbet Cookie?

As of now, we cannot play the Sherbet Cookie. The Cookie appears as a major NPC in the new update. But we can hope that the Cookie becomes playable in the upcoming seasons.

Sherbet Cookie (Image via Cookie Run: Kingdom Fandom)

Moreover, the Cotton Cookie and the Sherbet Cookie have a ‘cotton ball’ symbol on their outfits. This might mean that the two Cookies may share a bond.

For now, Cotton Cookie and Frost Queen Cookie can both be unlocked and played. You can unlock the Cotton Cookie by drawing from the Featured Cookie Gacha.

The Frost Queen Cookie is the second legendary Cookie to be added to the game. To unlock the Cookie, you have to take part in the Frost Crystal event.

Related: The Tale of the Frozen Snowfield Update Guide in Cookie Run: Kingdom

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