Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Deluxe Upgrade DLC Now Available

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The new Deluxe Upgrade DLC for Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? is now available in Europe. Players in North America have to wait until Wednesday, June 22, for the new DLC to arrive. It’s available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

The game is based on the award-winning TV show of the same name. This new DLC marks an important moment in the game since there will be new content spread throughout the year. These include new themed question packs that feature different categories like movies, sports, and even video games.

For this new DLC, players can look forward to:

  • More than 3,000 new questions, for a grand total of 8,000 questions.
  • New question packs to put knowledge about the Olympic Games or the Justice League to the test.
  • An option to remove the timer, allowing everyone to take the time they need to submit their final answer.
  • A new “quick game” mode focusing only on questions and answers letting players reach the million faster.
  • Enhanced models and animations, immersing all contestants even more into the real game show.


To get more details on the future new content, check out the 2022 Roadmap:

  • August 2022
    • Patch
      • NBA Pack (150 Questions)
      • US Movie Pack (150 Questions)
    • DLC
      • US Movie Pack 80's (150 Questions)
      • US Movie Pack 90's (150 Questions)
  • September 2022
    • Patch
      • Smurfs Pack (150 Questions)
      • Tintin Pack (150 Questions)
    • DLC
      • Geography Pack (300 Questions)
      • Space Conquest Pack (150 Questions)
  • October 2022
    • Patch
      • Hitchcock Pack (150 Questions)
      • Microids Video Game Pack (150 Questions)
  • DLC
    • Nintendo Video Game Pack (300 Questions)
    • Sony Video Game Pack (300 Questions)
    • Microsoft Video Game Pack (300 Questions)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? offers an enjoyable experience for the entire family. This is thanks to two difficulty settings with the first one being Solo mode with normal difficulty. The second is Solo mode dedicated to kids and has simpler questions specifically aimed at a younger audience.

There are also various local multiplayer game modes where players can challenge family members and friends. There's "Free-for-All" where a maximum of four players, each one having their own controller, challenge one another simultaneously on a series of questions. In "Taking Turns," as many as 10 players can play a game of sudden death where a wrong answer leads to elimination. Finally, in "Cooperative" mode, up to four players can work together to win.

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