Luigi's Mansion 3 Multiplayer Pack DLC Arriving In 2020

New things coming next year.
New things coming next year. Nintendo

If you love playing Luigi's Mansion 3, then prepare to be excited with the coming new year. The green brother is set to release not one, but two expansions for 2020. You had better gear up and prepare to do more ghost hunting!

The first upcoming DLC is the Multiplayer Pack, which includes Part 1 and Part 2. Pre-purchase of the Pack is already available on the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch for $9.99. The thing is, you need to buy the whole Pack, as the two parts aren't going to be available for individual purchase.

Part 1 of the Multiplayer Pack is scheduled to arrive by April 30. This DLC comes with three new mini-games for the game's multiplayer ScreamPark mode. There's also going to be three new outfits for Luigi along with matching floor themes. Included as well are new themed ghosts for the cooperative ScareScraper mode. As added bonus for those who bought the DLC, players receive an in-game Polterpup light known as the Flashlight Type-P. Players are going to be able to use this one for either Story Mode or ScareScraper.

Part 2 of the Multiplayer Pack is set to be launched by July 31. It's going to offer additional content as well as new features not only for ScreamPark mode, but for ScareScraper mode as well. Like with Part 1, Part 2 is going to have three additional new mini-games for ScreamPark mode, three new ScareScraper outfits with matching floor themes, and themed ghosts.

Luigi's Mansion 3 was released back in October and serves as the sequel to Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon. It's the third installment in the Luigi's Mansion franchise. The game has players take on the role of Luigi, who must explore a haunted high-rise hotel that incorporates different themes on each floor in order to save his friends who have been tricked by an old foe into visiting the hotel.

Luigi's Mansion 3 comes with a number of gameplay elements from the previous installments along with new features. These include addition moves for catching ghosts and a better multiplayer mode that lets players engage in cooperative, as well as competitive, gaming both locally and online. There's even a doppelgänger assistant named Gooigi that helps players in solving puzzles.

The game received generally favorable reviews from critics and won several awards that includes Best Family Game during The Game Awards 2019 and Best Family/Social Game at the Game Critics Awards.

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