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Monopoly Coming to Nintendo Switch 10/31

| October 16, 2017

Monopoly Coming to Nintendo Switch 10/31 News Nintendo  Nintendo Switch Monopoly

Nintendo has announced that Monopoly will be available for the Nintendo Switch on October 31st.

The following is the official description of the game: Experience three unique 3D boards at home or on-the-go with up to six players in total, or take your game online and challenge players in quick matches. Customize your game by selecting from six official House Rules chosen by MONOPOLY® fans around the world. Don’t have time for a full game? Speed it up with Special Goals that shorten play sessions, and Actions Cards to move you around the board and penalize your opponents. Build your empire and trade your way to victory!

Ubisoft originally announced Monopoly for the Nintendo Switch back in April with a Fall 2017 launch window. It looks like they’re going to hit that release window. The game will make good use of the Switch’s HD Rumble feature, which will allow players to actually feel the roll of the dice in their hands.

Monopoly will cost $39.99 when it launches for the Switch on Halloween. Will you be picking up this version of the classic board game? Or is the nearly $40 price tag a bit too spooky for you? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Amperor

    $40 is way too much. For that price, the PS4 has Monopoly, Risk, Trivial Pursuit, and Boggle.

    • Nestor Collazo

      i wouldn’t mind paying that much if there were more than three measly boards, and if i thought this game would receive a single update or added content after release. like why not more maps? why not partner with different companies / franchises for more maps and to license new characters to move around the board? there was a simpsons monopoly back in the day for instance. but no. here’s your three boards to play ad nauseam for all of eternity, hope you don’t need any customer support, now give us our 40 dollars.