Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC Packs Will Be Available in 2020

Nintendo has made public the next release for Luigi’s Mansion 3. The game will receive in 2020 two multiplayer DLC expansions.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC Packs Will Be Available in 2020

Both upgrades of the DLC pack will also bring new ghosts, minigames for ScreamPark multiplayer mode, sleek ScareScraper costumes, floors, and more. Players will get to try the first part of the expansion on April 20, 2020. It will come with three new minigames, three new outfits, six new minigames, and three new floor themes for the ScarScraper co-op variant. Luigi will receive, as we noticed in Nintendo’s official screenshots, a costume of a mummy, disco, and knight.

The second part will arrive on July 31, 2020, and unfortunately, there aren’t many details about it. It is possible to include other ScareScraper costumes and ScreamPark minigames.

For those who will buy the DLC, Nintendo will offer them the in-game tool Flashlight Type-P. Such an item will make a unique Polterpup shadow on a wall. Also, the device will be immediately enabled, but players can only use it once they unlocked the gallery in Professor Gadd’s lab. Both upgrades of Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC should be purchased together as a pack. They will cost $9.99, and players can already pre-order it on Nintendo’s official website.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 So Far

Luigi’s Mansion 3, developed by Next Level Games and published by Nintendo, is known as an action-adventure game. The game came as the sequel of Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, and as the third installment in the Luigi’s Mansion franchise. It was launched back on October 31.

The game takes players on an intriguing adventure in which they have to explore a haunted high-rise hotel. Various themes will welcome players at each floor, and ghosts, too. From ghost hauntings, puzzle-solving to a multiplayer mode, Luigi’s Mansion 3 has it all.

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