Luigi’s Mansion 3: Trailer and Release Date


The newest Nintendo Direct began with a bang as Nintendo confirmed the upcoming launch of Luigi’s Mansion 3. We know nearly nothing about this recreation right now past what we have seen within the recreation’s trailer, however that trailer does verify a number of issues concerning the recreation that you just do have to know.

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First off, the sport appears to be like similar to the unique GameCube title in its controls, visuals, and normal premise. That is to say that you will be exploring a haunted mansion as Luigi and shall be tasked with clearing ghosts that you just encounter in numerous rooms. 

Much just like the GameCube unique (and the 3Ds sequel), Luigi’s Mansion 3 appears to be like like it can emphasize a “enjoyable” tackle the horror style that is not attempting to scare gamers however slightly seize the odd pleasure that will come from exploring a haunted mansion. Along the way in which, you may additionally seemingly want to resolve some gentle puzzles with a purpose to entry new areas. 

What’s not clear is whether or not or not this recreation will make the most of any of the modifications that we noticed within the 3DS sequel to the GameCube unique, Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. While that recreation was similar to the unique title – and was usually well-received – it additionally drew some criticism for some probably intentional irritating moments that contrasted with the sunshine, but gratifying gameplay of the unique. 

We haven’t got a precise launch date for Luigi’s Mansion 3 accessible for you right now, however we do know that will probably be accessible solely for Nintendo Switch someday in 2019. 

We’re not too stunned to see Nintendo revisit this specific franchise. After all, the entire “Luigi’s dying” factor hinted that we may be seeing a brand new Luigi’s Mansion recreation someday within the close to future. Still, it is a franchise that Nintendo console homeowners have been ready to see extra from ever since its GameCube debut, and we’re excited to be taught extra about this sequel. 

Matthew Byrd is a workers author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days attempting to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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