Boasting a three-foot-long board, Monopoly Knockout sees players slide tokens down the board in a bid to land on properties and earn cash.
“We know that fans across the globe have been missing the tokens of their childhood, and now is the chance to take a trip down memory lane and bring one back!” said Adam Biehl, SVP and General Manager of Hasbro Gaming.
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The game sees fans buy, sell, and trade memorable locations from the show, like Tony Soprano’s House, Whitecaps Shore House and Satriale’s Pork Store.
“When you step into the world we’re creating, we promise a dynamic, lively interactive experience and a great night out,” said Julia Posen, Head of Development at Gamepath.
The new store sells a range of exclusive personalised and non-personalised Monopoly gifts, including cushions, posters and even a Monopoly board café table.
“The world has changed a lot since Monopoly became a household name more than 85 years ago, and clearly today community is more important than ever,” said Eric Nyman, Chief Consumer Officer at Hasbro.