Your favorite childhood board game finally got a mansion makeover.
Clue (aka the great detective game) just added a new room to their classic home (and said goodbye to another). The murder mystery game now has a bathroom (and Monopoly's hotels have nothing on this).
Back in August, Hasbro teamed up with Houzz (a home renovation and design site) to upgrade the beloved game. The toy company reached out to fans online about what new space they wanted to see.
Previously, players could guess where the murderer committed the crime from nine locations including the kitchen, hall and dining room, to name a few. For the update, fans were asked to vote on new room options like a guest room, bathroom and drawing room.
After about two months, Houzz announced the winner and gave us a before and after look (at the hall, which went away, and at the brand-new bathroom). According to their site, the bathroom was inspired by interior designer Ann Lowengart's work. The bathroom has dark blue walls, marble finishings and a spilled decanter to make it the perfect place to catch the killer.
It's the first time Clue (excluding the countless themed versions like Game of Thrones and Riverdale) got a room change since it was released in 1949. The upgrade comes as the board game celebrates its 70th anniversary.
Fans can start buying the renovated game in December, just in time for the holidays.