What you need to know
- Luigi's Mansion 3 released earlier in 2019.
- It's been a strong success for Nintendo so far.
- Two multiplayer packs for the game have been announced, both releasing in 2020.
- You can grab Luigi's Mansion 3 for $60 from Amazon (opens in new tab).
Multiplayer Pack Part 1 is set to arrive on April 30, 2020 and adds three new minigames for the Screampark mode, as well as three new outfits for Luigi and a Polterpup light titled Flashlight Type-P. Multiplayer Pack 2 is scheduled to release on July 31, 2020. This pack includes three more ScreamPark minigames and three more ScareScraper outfits. These packs cannot be purchased separately and are instead available for pre-purchase for $10 USD on the Nintendo eShop.
If you haven't grabbed Luigi's Mansion 3 yet, you can check out our review. In her review, Rebecca Spear wrote that "Luigi's Mansion 3 is a must-have for any Nintendo Switch owner. It's by far the most playful game I've been able to get my hands on in ages. The story is lighthearted, the characters are hilarious, the puzzles are challenging without being frustrating, and the game seriously just oozes charm. Just like a really good book, I loved every moment of it and I didn't want the plot to end. You definitely need to pick up a copy of the game if you haven't done so already."
I see dead people
Defeat ghosts as you search for your friends
The newest game in the Luigi's Mansion series has you playing once again as the scared plumber. But this time, you'll be exploring a haunted hotel, using new fighting elements, and have the help of a gooey doppelgänger. You can even play the main story with two-player co-op. This game also includes multiplayer modes where up to 8 players can play together either locally or online.
Samuel Tolbert is a freelance gaming writer who started working for iMore and its sister sites Windows Central and Android Central in July 2019. He handles news, previews, reviews, and exclusive original reporting, and has also been featured on TechRadar.
With a background studying engineering before he shifted his focus to gaming journalism, he's skilled at identifying technical advantages and disadvantages provided by different hardware. If he’s not writing something, he’s off playing video games, spending time with his pets, exercising, or reading. He's also fond of trying to draw things with his iPad.
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