Planet Coaster Ghostbusters DLC is Coming Soon To Spookify Your Theme Park

Published: May 23, 2019 6:29 PM /


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Your haunted house is about to get a whole lot spookier: the Planet Coaster Ghostbusters DLC has been announced. This brand-new story DLC features the voice-acting talents of one of the original, genuine Ghostbusters and a bunch of new toys whether you buy the DLC or not.

Check out this sweet Planet Coaster Ghostbusters Reveal Trailer to get hype for this upcoming DLC:

In the Ghostbusters DLC, terrifying spectral apparitions are causing trouble in your park. One might inquire as to who they ought to get in contact with in order to resolve this situation. Fortunately, a specialized team of paranormal experts are more than happy to help!

Unlike previous Planet Coaster DLC packs, the Ghostbusters pack will actually have a story focus. It will include content based on the original 1984 film of the same name (thank goodness) alongside brand-new mechanics being introduced to Planet Coaster. Not only will it feature the Ghostbusters, but it will also have some voice acting from one of the originals: Dan Akyroid is providing his voice talents for this particular pack. William Atherton will also be reprising his role as Walter Peck.

Whether you purchase the pack or not, current owners of Planet Coaster will be getting something in a free update. Most of the details haven't yet been revealed, but a Steam Community news post tells us that we'll be getting a new ride called the Quick Draw. The Quick Draw will let players shoot at targets while they're on the ride, possibly making it the most 'murican ride in the game.

We'll find out more about the Planet Coaster Ghostbusters DLC soon. It will be priced at £12.99/€14.99/$14.99 or your regional equivalent. If you don't yet already own Planet Coaster, you can pick it up on sale at the Humble Store at a price of $20.24, a 55% discount. Don't forget to check out our review!

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What do you think of the Planet Coaster Ghostbusters DLC making its way into the game? Are you interested in story DLC or would you just prefer to see more rides and pieces to build your parks with? Let us know in the comments below!

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