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Luigi's Mansion 3

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Total Floors Number Revealed; May Not Get Additional Content

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Luigi’s Mansion 3 is offering a slightly different take on the formula introduced by its predecessors, making Luigi go through a haunted hotel instead of a mansion.

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Not much has been said about how big the hotel will be, but today we have learned how many floors it will include.

Speaking with Gamespot, supervisor Yoshihito Ikebata and Kensuke Tanabe confirmed that Luigi’s Mansion 3 will feature 17 different floors.

As the team wants players to feel satisfied having explored the whole hotel in the main game, it’s unlikely that additional content will be released down the line.

Ikebata: Right now there are 17 floors [in single-player].

Tanabe: Because like you said, it’s a hotel structure with multiple floors, I think it would have been possible to add even more floors. But, I think the hardest part of that is not necessarily the act of adding floors, but it’s like … the story is done, so by adding [more floors], how are we going to expand that aspect?

Because I want to experience completing the whole hotel and just feel satisfied that it’s done. Adding on new stuff is not really something that gives us that.

Luigi’s Mansion 3 launches before the ed of the year exclusively on Nintendo Switch.

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Francesco De Meo
Francesco has been writing about video games and the video games industry for almost a decade, focusing on all aspects of the industry. Having always loved handheld gaming, he joined TouchTapPlay in 2013 to cover mobile gaming and, later on, the Nintendo Switch console, which is today his most played console.