Lego Marvel Collection Assembles On Consoles Next Month
The Marvel Comics universe offers a wide array of stories and characters for fans to enjoy, a quality which has lent itself wonderfully to Lego’s lineup of video game titles. The past few years have seen a handful of stellar Lego Marvel collaborations hit store shelves and it appears the company is looking to compile these fantastic, brick-lined adventures all in one place.
Announced recently by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, the trilogy of titles Lego Marvel Super Heroes, Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, and Lego Marvel’s Avengers are set to get a compilation titled Lego Marvel Collection. The all-in-one package is set to assemble all three games alongside each available DLC, which includes character and level packs based on movies such as Avengers: Infinity War and Black Panther.
— WB Games (@wbgames) February 5, 2019
Lego Marvel Super Heroes and its sequel have been regarded as a huge step for the well-worn Lego series, the games featuring a massive roster of blocky comic characters alongside a fittingly large open-world adventure. Lego Marvel’s Avengers, while not part of the same storyline, featured a similar mode of play following the first two big-screen Avengers films. Having all three of these Lego Marvel games plus DLC sure seems like a pretty sweet deal, one players can take advantage of when it hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox one on March 12th.
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