L.O.L. Surprise! comes to the Nintendo Switch

Published on: 31st July 2020

The partnership between the collectible brand and video game publisher Nighthawk Interactive will bring the first-ever Nintendo Switch gaming experience to fans. 

L.O.L SurpriseMGA Entertainment and video game publisher Nighthawk Interactive have partnered on a new L.O.L. Surprise! game, which will launch globally, exclusively for Nintendo Switch, as part of the new autumn toy release.

“The world of L.O.L. Surprise! continues to grow around the world,” said Isaac Larian, CEO and founder of MGA Entertainment. “We are working closely with the team at Nighthawk to ensure key attributes of the L.O.L. Surprise! fall toy line – fashion, collectability and outrageousness – are brought to life in game play in ways that are fun and meaningful to our fans.”

The game will complement the release of the toy line’s autumn series, and will feature new characters, fashions and surprises while celebrating the enormous world of the L.O.L. Surprise!. Top-secret surprises will be added to the line and revealed along the way.

“We are looking forward to delivering an engaging, entertaining, and joyful experience to the many L.O.L. Surprise! fans around the world,” said Joseph Sutton, president of Nighthawk Interactive. “Our close collaboration with MGA Entertainment is sure to result in the perfect complementary extension to the new dolls coming this fall.”


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