Warner Bros, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Disney and Pixar today announced LEGO The Incredibles, a new video game where players take control of their favourite Incredibles characters in unforgettable scenes and action sequences from both Disney/Pixar films, The Incredibles and the upcoming Incredibles 2.
According to the press release, the game releases on July 13th and encourages players to work together by combining the Parr family’s abilities and unique powers to conquer crime and family life in a LEGO world full of fun and humour.
Tom Stone, Managing Director at TT Games Publishing, said:
“The Incredibles franchise, full of super-powered characters, adventures and teamwork, combined with all of the humour, puzzle-solving elements and unexpected surprises of LEGO games makes for the perfect combination for players. With LEGO The Incredibles, fans can experience the non-stop action from both movies while fighting crime together as a super hero family.”
Sean William McEvoy, VP at Digital Games & Apps The LEGO Group, added:
“LEGO The Incredibles offers hours of creative play within an imaginative LEGO version of The Incredibles movies. The co-operative puzzle solving creates fun for the entire family.”
Lisa Anderson, VP at Games Disney, concluded:
“Fans of all ages will enjoy this new Incredibles gaming experience. LEGO The Incredibles introduces thrilling new adventures led by the incomparable Incredibles family, and puts their powers, and their family, to the test in a LEGO world full of fun and surprises.”
In the game, players explore action-packed story levels and an epic hub world, including Municiberg and Nomanisan Island, as they use their unique super abilities to bring the city’s villains to justice.
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