It’s been six long years since Nintendo last released a game in the Luigi’s Mansion series, and with fans beginning to give up hope of another, the announcement that a sequel will hit Nintendo Switch in 2019 is very welcome news indeed.
Announced with a trailer during a Nintendo Direct on September 13, 2018, the tentatively named Luigi’s Mansion 3, is set to be released on Switch this Halloween – very spooky indeed.
During Nintendo Direct at E3 2019, we did get a bunch of new details about what we can expect from the next game in the spooky series. Here’s everything we know so far about Luigi’s Mansion 3.
[Update: There will be more Luigi’s Mansion 3 footage shown during Gamescom. Read on to find out more!]
Cut to the chase
- What is it? The third entry in Nintendo’s spooky series
- When can I play it? October 31st, 2019
- What can I play it on? Nintendo Switch
Luigi’s Mansion 3 release date
Luigi’s Mansion 3 will launch for Nintendo Switch on October 31st, 2019 (AKA Halloween!). It’s a very fitting release date for such a spooky title.
Luigi’s Mansion 3 trailers
Nintendo dropped a more in-depth gameplay trailer for Luigi’s Mansion 3 during E3 2019. Check it out below:
Although the first trailer doesn’t give away much, it does give us a sneak peek at the high quality graphics and gameplay. Check it out below:
Luigi’s Mansion 3 news and rumors
If it feels like it’s been too long since the last Luigi’s Mansion 3 update, worry not because there will be more news at Gamescom.
Nintendo has confirmed its plans for the August event in Cologne and it will involve some brand new Luigi’s Mansion 3 footage.
Nintendo will be streaming footage from its upcoming Switch lineup which includes Luigi’s Mansion 3 between August 20 and 22 so if you’re not attending the show you’ll be able to tune in online. Those attending the show themselves will be able to get hands on with the game itself at Nintendo’s booth on the show floor.
Releasing this Halloween
Nintendo has confirmed Luigi’s Mansion 3 will launch on October 31st, 2019 (AKA Halloween).
This co-op and competitive mode sees you clearing rooms, taking on ghosts and completing challenges to collect coins. Can be played online or couch co-op.
Lots of rooms in the hotel
Including a greenhouse, film studio, and theatre stage.
Luigi can now summon a flubber-like version of himself that can slip through bars and walk over spikes. Even better, a friend can control Gooigi and you can co-op.
Including Slam (which slams ghosts on the ground), Suction Shot (which attaches the plunger to an item before pulling it away, destroying it), and Burst (an air pressure group attack).
Luigi’s Mansion 3 sees Luigi being invited to stay in a hotel alongside his friends Mario, Peach and co. But unfortunately the hotel isn’t quite what it seems and things take a dark turn when he arrives. There are some ghost guests who refuse to check out and they’re not exactly friendly.
Luigi’s got a brand new vacuum, in the form of the Poltergust G-00. This new super sucker can fire plungers, use jet propulsion to increase jumping, and use the Strobulb. Stay tuned for more.