End your friendships and let the good times roll on the go, Hasbro Game Night now available on Switch

Today, Ubisoft announced that it has released its board game compilation Hasbro Game Night on the Nintendo Switch today, which includes Risk, Trivial Pursuit Live, and Monopoly in one package. While Monopoly was released recently as a standalone title, Risk and Trivial Pursuit Live will include special features that will enhance the family-friendly experience for all.

HASBRO GAME NIGHT brings iconic and family-favorite board games on the go for players of all ages to enjoy anytime, anywhere, whether at home on the TV screen or on-the-go in tabletop mode. All three games will feature new graphical, UI, and online improvements*, in addition to touchscreen features exclusive to the Nintendo Switch.

The RISK video game offers an exciting strategic experience. Players direct the war from their high-tech control room, fighting on the classic map layout in 3D, deploying tanks, planes, and infantry, all in a modern twist on the classic board game of global domination. The game includes improved pacing, 3D animations, and a new top view, where players can undock their console to emulate the look and feel of the classic tabletop board game.

The TRIVIAL PURSUIT LIVE! video game features 1850 questions, including 650 family-friendly questions. It allows players to challenge up to three friends in local multi-console and introduces a new Versus Mode that lets players compete head-to-head in 1v1 or in teams.

With MONOPOLY for Nintendo Switch, classic board game fans will be able to feel the roll of the dice in the palm of their hands with the HD Rumble feature, traverse through themed and animated 3D boards, and play with up to six players online or offline. MONOPOLY for Nintendo Switch also includes new exclusive rules and features, including:

  • Action Cards: Progress faster around the board, penalize opponents or earn players extra money.
  • Special Goals: Choose special victory conditions to enjoy shorter play sessions.

Check out the trailer above, check out Sean’s review of Monopoly, and stay tuned for more news here on Gaming Trend.

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