While LEGO: The Incredibles won't be a simple rehash of either movies' storyline, it does tease familiar locations such as Municiberg and Nomanisan Island alongside fan-favorite characters like Edna Mode and Frozone.
The existence of a Lego Incredibles game was first leaked back in January, but WB Interactive hadn't confirmed the reports until now.
Warner Bros. has officially announced Lego: The Incredibles for release in June.
Expect the same two-player co-op action seen in previous Lego games, where you'll be working to solve puzzles, fight crime, and take down the series' villains by combining the abilities of Mr.
Since the video game features references to the story, events and action of Incredibles 2, the video game isn't hitting shelves until June 15, 2018, the same day that the movie hits theaters this summer. After a wait of almost 14 years, The Incredibles 2 will arrive in June, but that isn't the only reason to be excited about the ongoing Incredibles franchise. Not much is known about the upcoming sequel, except that it will be Helen in the superhero spotlight this time, while Bob attempts to survive everyday parenting life with Violet, Dash, and baby Jack-Jack. Jack-Jack will also be in the game, but it's now unclear if he will be a playable character as well. The latest trailer for The Incredibles 2 can be found here.
What do Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, Marvel, DC, Jurassic Park, Lord of the Rings and Pirates of the Caribbean all have in common?
The Parr clan of superheroes has been out of commission for almost 14 years, but they're finally coming back this summer in Pixar's Incredibles 2. LEGO® The Incredibleswill be available for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and PC in the United Kingdom on 13 July 2018, the same day Incredibles 2 opens in theatres nationwide. Just remember though - no capes!