Latest Nintendo Direct Sheds More Light on Luigi’s Mansion 3
Have a look at some of the levels and one of the game’s newest modes, ScreamPark.
By Jay Gervais
Yesterday’s Nintendo Direct brought more news about Luigi’s Mansion 3, which is releasing next month on Halloween Day. We learned more about some of the levels and their creative names, such as one called Castle MacFrights and another named Tomb Suites, the latter of which features a giant pyramid inside the luxurious hotel where the game is set.
Also shown was one of the game’s newest party modes, ScreamPark, which can be played with up to eight players at once. You are separated between two teams, either Team Luigi or Team Gooigi, and then must battle it out to see who can defeat the most ghosts, collect the most coins, and break the most objects. This is sure to be a great time with your family and friends!
Luigi’s Mansion 3 promises to more open-ended in level design than previous installments, also featuring a multitude of different atmospheres and gaming mechanics that are sure to keep things entertaining through and through. There’s also a “ScareScraper” multiplayer mode, which can be played with up to eight players at once.
The plot is fairly straightforward. While on vacation at a luxurious hotel with his pet Polterpup, along with Mario, Princess Peach, and a group of Toads, things go awry when it becomes evident that it was a plot by King Boo to capture his brother and friends all along. Now it’s up to our reluctant hero, with the help of Professor E. Gadd and his Poltergust G-00, to conquer his fears and save the day.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 releases for the Nintendo Switch on October 31st, 2019. Stay tuned to Dead Entertainment for news regarding this title and so much more!
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