I now have every game from Squid Game built in real life :) pic.twitter.com/kzeeuSF7Rv— MrBeast (@MrBeast) November 13, 2021
As we can see in the video, Mr Beast not only replicated the games, but he also paid particular attention to the minor details and recreated a playground-like environment.
This project was already quite a big challenge for MrBeast and not only in terms of designing but also monetarily.
"Recreating Squid Games is costing more than I thought it would, but I'm in too deep to stop now, lol", he said on 7th November via his Twitter account. Additionally, when Twitter user 1% Forpz asked him how much the total project cost, MrBeast unveiled that his recreation of Squid Games cost "around million to build and produce" and that he dedicated a whopping ".5 million in prizes."
Around 2 mil to build and produce and 1.5 mil in prizes— MrBeast (@MrBeast) November 13, 2021
Earlier this week, Mr Beast revealed that a total of 456 participants would compete on this set for the prize money and that his real-life Squid Game challenge may also feature a bunch of our favourite streamers.
The Squid Game sets are coming together! Wish the 456 contestants good luck next week 😈 pic.twitter.com/LdHf3OSsOE— MrBeast (@MrBeast) November 3, 2021
Unfortunately, at present, there isn't much information about when the YouTube video will drop, so all we can do is wait for an official announcement regarding this from MrBeast.
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Featured image courtesy of MrBeast.