I never thought I'd be writing about Luigi wearing a 1970's disco costume. Some things you never can predict, and that's exactly what the new multiplayer DLC for Luigi's Mansion 3 has brought on the world.
The Luigi's Mansion 3 multiplayer DLC pack is out now for $9.99, almost two months ahead of schedule from when it was originally meant to launch in April. Groovigi is just one of the three new costumes for the titular ghost hunter introduced in the new DLC.
Outside of costumes, there's three new multiplayer modes. Tricky Ghost Hunt ramps up the difficulty of the standard Ghost Hunt mode with electric floor tiles, DodgeBrawl forces you to contend with flying bits of fruit, and River Bank sees Luigi and co. paddling upstream in a duck, collecting items and dodging obstacles as they go.
Elsewhere, there's a new in-game flashlight that projects a silhouette of Polterpup on surfaces, as well as six new variants of in-game ghosts. There's also three new floor themes to use in the co-op ScareScraper mode in the DLC pack.
There's a second planned multiplayer DLC pack for Luigi's Mansion 3 slated to launch in July. We don't yet know the price of the second DLC pack, but here's hoping Nintendo brings forward the launch of the next DLC pack slightly, like they have done with this debut one.
Luigi's Mansion 3 is filled to the brim with horror movie references. There's some very obvious ones, but one seemingly obvious one that Nintendo chose to overlook, for some reason. If you're still playing Luigi's Mansion 3, head over to our Gems guide for information on how to find some of the more elusive items in the game.