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Ravensburger partners with Taco Bell for this new board game

A pack shot to prove Taco Bell Party Pack Card Game is indeed real
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Taco Bell has partnered with Ravensburger to create a new "easy-to-learn" board game: Taco Bell Party Pack Card Game.

It looks like it'll be 2-6 players, offers a 20-minute playtime, and comes served in a novelty Taco Bell food box boasting 112 meal cards, 50 crew cards, and 18 tortilla chip "tokens". 

According to Comic Book (opens in new tab), the game will retail for around $17 and is expected to release sometime in June 2021.

"In Taco Bell Party Pack Card Game, players gather various kinds of Taco Bell menu items, including crunchy tacos, bean burritos and Freezes, in an attempt to feed a crew of Taco Bell fans," explains a description on BoardGameGeek (opens in new tab)

"Each member of a player's crew comes with specific cravings that need to be sated and doing so earns crave chips – tokens that look like tortilla chips and that have a surprise amount of points to reveal at the end of the game. Players can also use 'sauce cards' to help snag food items and win."

If this has you hankering not for a Taco Bell but a new board game, the good news is that the pandemic doesn't have to get in your way - the virtual tabletop can be every bit as fun and inviting as the physical one if you're willing to put a little bit of work upfront. As an example, check out the tips in our guide on how to play D&D online if you wanted to give digital gaming a go (it's a great introduction to some of the best tabletop RPGs if nothing else). 

Either way, we reckon now is the perfect time to get started with the best board games. Although just like with the best cooperative board games, how much fun you have will depend on who you're playing with...

Want to get in on the action? Here are our picks of the best card games, board games for families, and board games for kids.

Vikki Blake
Vikki Blake

Vikki Blake is GamesRadar+'s Weekend Reporter. Vikki works tirelessly to ensure that you have something to read on the days of the week beginning with 'S', and can also be found contributing to outlets including the BBC, Eurogamer, and Vikki also runs a weekly games column at NME, and can be frequently found talking about Destiny 2 and Silent Hill on Twitter.