LEGO The Incredibles video game announced

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LEGO and WB Games have officially announced their next epic team-up...

Following the release of LEGO Marvel 2, we will now be exploring a more unlikely team of Disney super heroes: The Incredibles!

Check out the announcement trailer here. More information, from the official website, is available after the break.


Get ready for an INCREDIBLE adventure with the Parr family! LEGO The Incredibles will be available June 15, 2018 on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation4, Xbox One, and PC.

ABOUT THE GAME

Inspired by both films, LEGO The Incredibles allows players to tackle crime as the super-powered Parr Family. You’ll get to explore action-packed story levels and an epic hub world as you use your unique super abilities to bring the city’s villains to justice. You can assemble incredible LEGO builds either on your own or team up with family and friends in two-player co-op mode for twice the fun.

LEGO The Incredibles is the extraordinary fun-filled adventure that puts you in control of your favorite Incredibles characters. Team up as the super hero Parr family to conquer crime and relive in LEGO form the unforgettable scenes and your favorite moments from The Incredibles and Incredibles 2 movies.

Work together and combine the Parr family’s iconic abilities and unique powers to build amazing, massive LEGO structures. With Mr. Incredible’s unparalleled super strength, Elastigirl’s flexible transformations and the rest of the gang’s awe-inspiring gifts, teamwork has never been so much fun.

To rid the city of crime, complete action-packed side missions and defeat iconic Super Villains that control the city districts in an open-hub world, including Municiberg, in a brand-new exciting free-play experience.

Modify your character’s appearance and abilities using a customizer themed to Edna “E” Mode, the diminutive, but bombastic fashion designer of super hero outfits.

Please let us know what you think in the comments below.

21 comments on this article

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By in United States,

I wonder if Edna or Frozone will be an exclusive figure with purchase

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By in United Kingdom,

Gonna be blunt here: bigfig-minifig-hybrid Mr Incredible is absolutely horrifying to look at. Will haunt my nightmares for approximately 2.5 evenings.

Also yeah, it's probably gonna be the same usual formula we've been getting with minor adjustments since 2005 - great for people who really like said formula, but for people like me who are getting kinda tired of getting the same game with a new coat of paint it's... yeah, not the most exciting announcement in the world.

At least we got LEGO Worlds, right?

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By in United States,

Sounds like a fun game that we'll probably rent to give it a try. We buy very few games nowadays though, due to the high prices. I'm wondering though, does anyone else get quickly tired of trying to collect the silver and gold studs in all of these LEGO games, and does anyone else think maybe some of these games would be better off without the repetative stud collecting feature?

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By in United States,

Is anyone else dissapointed that there's no official Frozone Minifigure?

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By in United States,

Totally want that Edna minifig! Hope she appears in a set at some point! And I'm kinda digging the look of the hybrid Mr. Incredible minifig - I always thought he looked too small as just a standard minfig.

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By in Norway,

It's weird how mr. Incredible is a sort of semi-bigfig in the game but not the sets. come to think of it, that wouldn't be too bad for a Thanos figure as well, because the bigfig in 76107 is a little too big in my opinion.

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By in Finland,

Ok, now it's offical, Lego Games are dead to me. With constant reskins of the same game and never changing the broken combat, these games were fun as a kid but now are pain to pull myself through. I did it for my little brother, but I have had enough with these broken games riddled with DLC (even season passes don't give all the content). FIrst no Hobbit 3, then no Pc physical copies and now un-interesting child's movie. Im out.

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By in United States,

I actually like this Mr. Incredible much better than the official minifig, and LEGO has done this at least twice before (Dog Pound and Leatherhead in the TMNT line), so I'm not sure why they didn't go this route for the physical figure.

I do agree with a lot of the sentiments expressed above, though. I'm finding these games more and more of a slog, and I'm not actually sure I've completed one to 100% since the original LEGO Marvel.

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By in United States,

Suprising, seems it will include a few unique stories to complemwnt the fact that only two movies are in the disc.

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By in United States,

Are you sure Disney/LEGO won't be mad that you posted this ;)

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By in United States,

The Edna minifigure has been floating around for a while so will likely be the promo.

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By in United States,

I like the idea of the game, but I don't know how they'll fill their character roster like other Lego games with worthwhile characters, I suppose they can use some of the mentioned superheroes from the first movie, and whatever new characters come with the second.

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By in United States,

I like that Big Fig + Minifig hybrid, the legs look way better than normal Big Fig's do! I'm not sure if I'll get this, I don't play videogames in general that much lately, and I'm really surprised they managed to make a full game out of two movies that (at least for the first) would be a little to mature for a kids game but a little to childish to draw in adults.

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By in United States,

Based on previous Lego games, I’m wondering how they’re going to get the usual extensive set of characters from just the two films.

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By in United Kingdom,

^ Obscure characters such as the ones from Edna's CAPES! sequence, maybe multiple variants of characters that already exist e.g. Syndrome.

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By in Brazil,

Unless they include dozens of Pixar characters, this doesn't interest me. I don't want to play with obscure heroes and villains, the babysitter, Violet's crush, etc.

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By in United States,

I'm tired of LEGO games tbh. I don't like the style of hyper-realistic environments mixed with the over-saturated minifigures anymore. It just isn't aesthetically pleasing. What Disney Infinity did of mixing realism with the toy aspect was more ideal. I'll pick this up when it reaches half price since I can barely play Force Awakens because of the overly slow pace. I can't see how kids can even stand to wait so long to actually play a level.

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By in Netherlands,

Buying this game is a no-brainer for me since I already own all other LEGO games. Can't get enough of them!

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