Yellowstone fans, it’s time to step up our game nights. While the final episodes of season 5 part 2 aren’t premiering until November, the show just dropped an epic game to keep the excitement going offscreen.
On June 23, the Paramount Network series’ official Instagram announced that a new card game is available to play while the drama is on hiatus. Players get the chance to step into the Duttons’ world in order to solve crises that arise on the Yellowstone ranch.
While competitors attempt to fix the problem tasked in each round, they simultaneously need to prove who potentially has hidden motives. What’s more, it turns out that viewers can already purchase the latest piece of memorabilia at Target for $19.99.
“Your game night can now live up to the brand!” read the caption on social media alongside a promotion video. “Channel your inner Dutton with the #YellowstoneTV Party Game.”
'Yellowstone Party Game'
Given how Yellowstone has a massive supportive fanbase, folks were instantly thrilled to see that they could add another memento to their burgeoning collection of merchandise. Unsurprisingly, many took to the comments section to voice their joy over the new project.
“Order placed! Can’t wait to play it! 🙌,” one person exclaimed on Instagram. “Omg, looks like such a fun game! ❤️✌️🤙,” a different follower commented.”🔥🔥🔥 so fun!” another agreed.
Even though it’s still going to be a while before viewers see what happens to the Duttons on Yellowstone, there are other ways to hold over before the fall premiere and the show’s impending end.
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Yellowstone chronicles the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States. Amid shifting alliances, unsolved murders, open wounds, and hard-earned respect – the ranch is in constant conflict with those it borders – an expanding town, an Indian reservation, and America’s first national park.