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Luigi’s latest spooky adventure through a haunted hotel has finally secured a release date, that’s right, the Luigi’s Mansion 3 release date has been confirmed. Nintendo has at long last revealed the worldwide release date for Luigi’s Mansion 3. Spookily enough, Luigi and new pal Gooigi are set to get scared all over again on Halloween itself.
As stated above, Nintendo has today revealed the Luigi’s Mansion 3 release date as October 31, 2019. Luigi’s latest scary adventure will be available to play exclusively on Nintendo Switch from Halloween, now that is a treat. Nintendo took to Twitter to confirm the release date of Luigi’s Mansion 3, alongside a 32-second long reveal trailer. You can see Nintendo of America’s Tweet below:
When Luigi’s friends go missing on vacation, it’s up to our reluctant hero to save them from the ghosts in the Last Resort hotel! Join forces with Gooigi, slam ghosts, & prepare for a spooky treat when #LuigisMansion3 arrives to #NintendoSwitch on 10/31!https://t.co/3fg4O2t6PB pic.twitter.com/iNM9BKNKg5
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) July 17, 2019
Luigi’s Mansion 3 sees Next Level Games once again take the helm after Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon on the 3DS back in 2013. Unlike Dark Moon, however, Luigi’s Mansion 3 looks set to return to the series’ more open-ended roots. You’ll be tasked with exploring a large, haunted hotel in a search for Mario, Peach, and friends after the notorious King Boo snatches the lot of them during a vacation.
Armed once more with his trusty Poltergust, Luigi must save his family and friends from King Boo. This time, however, the Poltergust vacuum cleaner has got a few new tricks up its sleeves. The Poltergust G-00 has new features that you and Luigi can employ in your ghost-busting adventure. You’ll be able to slam ghosts, use the handy suction shot, and more. Professor E. Gadd has been up to his wacky inventor best again, it seems.
You’ll be able to play Luigi’s Mansion 3 in co-op, too, thanks to Gooigi, E.Gadd’s latest invention. This green, presumably gooey version of Luigi is going to prove helpful. Gooigi can walk over spikes and squeeze through tight spaces, but if a drop of water falls on his gooey head, Gooigi is a goner. The ScareScraper local and online multiplayer mode rounds off the spooky package.