Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC Features 2 Multiplayer Packs

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Nintendo has announced the DLC plans for Luigi’s Mansion 3. The DLC will feature two multiplayer packs that will release in 2020, for a combined purchase of $9.99.

Multiplayer Pack Part 1 will launch on April 30, 2020, and include three new mini-games for ScreamPark mode, which is the competitive multiplayer mode for Luigi’s Mansion 3. It also adds three new outfits, floor themes, and ghosts for the cooperative ScareScraper mode.

Multiplayer Pack Part 2 will release on July 31, 2020, with yet three more mini-games and three more outfits, floors, and ghosts for the multiplayer modes.

The multiplayer packs cannot be individually purchased, and only available as a bundle for $9.99. As an added bonus, players will also receive a new Polterpup light, called the Flashlight Type-P. This new flashlight can be used in either Story Mode or ScareScraper.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 released earlier this year exclusively on Nintendo Switch. Luigi is tasked with saving his friends from a haunted hotel in Story mode, using his trusty flashlight and Poltergust vacuum. It also features competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes for up to eight players locally and online.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 is rated E for Everyone.

Planet Zoo Arctic Pack DLC Adds Four New Furry Animals

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Planet Zoo welcomes its first paid DLC pack next week on December 17, for $9.99. The Arctic Pack adds four new winter-themed animals and two new scenarios.

The four new animals are the Arctic Wolf, Dall Sheep, Polar Bear, and Reindeer. Each animal has specific needs and preferences for terrain, temperature, social groups, and habitat size.

The two new scenarios utilize the winter theme in two new biomes – snowy tundra and arid desert. In Norway, zoo managers will build a remote animal sanctuary for arctic animals. In Mexico players will be challenged keeping native arctic animals comfortable and happy in a warmer climate.

The Arctic Pack also adds over 200 new foliage, building, and other scenery items.

The DLC will launch alongside a free update to Planet Zoo. The update adds a number of new features and tools, such as an aging slider, heat maps for crime, and new nature assets and enrichment items.

If you like numbers, Frontier Developments released some fun stats based on the first month of play time:

  • 62 million animals born
  • 23 million staff hired
  • 5 million enrichment items placed
  • 7 million animals released into the wild

Planet Zoo is available on PC (Steam). It’s rated E10+ with Crude Humor, Mild Blood, and Mild Violence.