Before the Marvel Cinematic Universe puts a spotlight on some new heroes, Lego Marvel’s Avengers is set to unveil Captain Marvel, Black Panther, Dr. Strange and more via the game’s season pass.
Before Captain America: Civil War hits theaters, players can take the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s characters for a spin in Lego Marvel’s Avengers.
The Avengers are tackling some of their cinematic versions’ biggest foes in Lego Marvel’s Avengers, but they’ve never looked quite so cute while doing it.
Lego Marvel’s Avengers is bringing the Marvel Cinematic Universe to life in brick form later this month. And while most of the game’s content will focus on Phases 1 and 2 of Marvel’s films, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 players will have an exclusive chance to dive into Phase 3 content for free.
While January used to signal a dead zone in the entertainment world, mid-season TV, Oscar hopeful holdovers from the year before, and now, a slate of surprisingly exciting games has transformed the beginning of the year into an exciting season of releases.
Lego and TT Games’ last digital foray into the Marvel universe offered all of Manhattan for players to run, fly, and punch their way through. New York returns in Lego Marvel’s Avengers, but it’s not the only sprawling area on which players can test the strength of Earth’s Mightiest (and Brick-iest) Heroes.
When Lego Marvel’s Avengers was announced, the latest entry in TT Games’ long-running Lego series looked to be a case of pairing down scope. But the new trailer, and a talk with the developers, suggests the exact opposite is true, as the developer hopes to outdo itself with it’s latest marvelous outing.
Fans of Lego video games have a busy year ahead of them. Lego Jurassic World debuts this Friday, Lego Dimensions will bring a host of franchises together this fall, and Lego Marvel’s Avengers will arrive this winter. TT Games revealed the first look at the latter on Tuesday in the game’s E3 trailer.
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