Lego The Incredibles Game Trailer Officially Revealed (VIDEO)
For most of this year so far, gamers have been wondering what new Lego video games would be released later in 2018 and what media properties they might adapt to the world of Lego. That was until very recently, when Warner Bros. Interactive delighted fans by confirming that the formerly rumored title will indeed become a reality later this year. Now, the first official Lego the Incredibles game trailer has been revealed, showing the famous superhero family in their glorious new blocky forms.
The official “Lego Gaming” YouTube channel has released the announcement trailer for Lego The Incredibles seen above. The video shows each member of the family using their unique super powers to craft a tall stack of Lego bricks. Soon, fan-favorite family-friend, Frozone, skates in on ice to lead a big round Lego formation in front of the structure. Mr. Incredible lifts the creation up to reveal it is the dot for the “I” in the insignia. As they admire the construction, Edna Mode arrives to turn the “I” into the new The Incredibles 2 logo that looks like a roman numeral 2.
The end of the trailer reveals that the game will be released on June 15th this year, which is also the theatrical release date for respective film. It also confirms that both the original film and the upcoming sequel will have their storylines represented in the new game, which will be available for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. What do you guys think about the Lego The Incredibles game trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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