Hasbro has added a somewhat-controversial millennial version to their famous game. Monopoly for Millennials comes with the tagline "Forget real estate. You can't afford it anyway."
The game includes new playing pieces such as a hashtag, a laughing crying emoji, and a bike. Unlike the standard game, the player who collects the most Experience, not money, wins.
It also promises to be "a great way to bring a fun and relaxed vibe to a party or a casual get-together," which is something anyone who's ever played Monopoly will recognize is often untrue, as most games of Monopoly seem to end with table-flipping and irreparably damaged relationships.
Opinions on Monopoly for millennials are divided on Twitter, with some thinking it's a great addition to the board game classic, and others (mostly millennials, it has to be said) not finding crippling student debt particularly hilarious. We'll let you read the reactions for yourself.
Monopoly for Millennials is available at Walmart.
What do you think: is this a funny addition to Monopoly, or do you think Hasbro has taken this too far? Let us know.
For a less violent game than Monopoly, have a look at the video game adaptation of Narcos.