Luigi’s Mansion Multiplayer Pack DLC Part 1 and Update 1.3.0 Available Now

Luigi's Mansion 3

Nintendo have released the first part of the Multiplayer Pack DLC, and update 1.3.0 for Luigi’s Mansion 3.

As part of the first part of the multiplayer DLC ( available as a season pass style bundle), players gain new costumes for Luigi. In turn, these costumes unlock themed floors and ghosts in the Scarescraper mode. These include Mummigi (an Egyptian tomb theme), The Green Knight (a medival castle theme), and Groovigi (a retro disco theme).

In addition, players unlock three new minigames in the ScreamPark. These include DodgeBrawl, River Bank, and Tricky Ghost Hunt. All three minigames pit teams of two players against each other.

Those who pre-purchase the Mutiplayer Pack will get access to the Part 2 DLC when it launches, along with the Flashlight Type-P.

You can find the Multiplayer Pack DLC Part 1 trailer below:


You can find the full rundown on the DLC (via Nintendo) below:

The ghost hunt continues into 2020 with the Luigi’s Mansion™ 3 Multiplayer Pack DLC! This DLC adds chilling-yet-charming costumes that Luigi can sport in the ScareScraper mode and matching themes that transform the look of the tower’s floors! Keep your flashlight close, because new surprises might even be found lurking the halls of this ghoulish gauntlet! When you and your friends aren’t slamming and strobing your way through the ScareScraper, the new minigames this DLC brings to ScreamPark can make for some frightening…er, friendly competition. Pre-purchase now to get access to both Part 1 and Part 2 of the DLC as they are release, plus an adorably spooky Flashlight Type-P that you can use in the game right away…a certain spectral sidekick may even make an appearance!

In addition, the game recently updated to version 1.3.0. These include being able to play the ScreamPark in single player as a practice mode, a 20-floor mode for the ScareScraper, and five new types of rare ghosts. You can find the full patchnotes here.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 is out now on Nintendo Switch.



Ryan was a former Niche Gamer contributor.

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