Launched in conjunction with today’s theatrical release of The Incredibles 2 is TT Games’ LEGO The Incredibles, a new video game that covers both of the animated superhero films.

“LEGO Disney•Pixar’s The Incredibles brings together all the unforgettable characters, action and humor of the Incredibles films in an imaginative LEGO world of non-stop adventure,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games Publishing. “Players will undertake an epic journey across action-packed levels from both movies as they guide the superpowered Parrs in their quest to fight crime, while surviving family life.”

Through LEGO The Incredibles, fans of the franchise can team up with family and friends to stop evil in colourful fashion. The game’s mechanics will allow characters to use teamwork and particular combinations to create unique super powers that will help them reach new areas and progress their good-natured quest. For instance, super-strong Mr. Incredible will need Elastigirl’s help to cross perilous chasms, while lightning-fast Dash will need Violet’s help to dismantle security systems.

“Players will enjoy the teamwork involved in solving the creative, co-operative challenges in LEGO Disney•Pixar’s The Incredibles,” said Sean William McEvoy, VP, Digital Games & Apps, The LEGO Group. “Friends and family can use team-up moves and a range of superpowers, from Elastigirl’s transformations to Dash’s lightning-fast speed, unleashing the heroes’ impressive abilities to overcome any tricky situation.”

Fans can also look forward to an “expansive hub world,” which will offer its own distinct ‘Crime Waves’ to confront. Each district is under the control of a different villain and, as such, players will have to deal with not only high stakes objectives, but also colourful boss battles within said hub.

“New threats, new villains and new family drama await players in LEGO Disney•Pixar’s The Incredibles,” said Lisa Anderson, VP, Games, Disney. “Fans will explore their favorite locations from the first film, as they battle Syndrome on Nomansian Island and discover new exotic destinations such as the mysterious New Urbem.”

LEGO The Incredibles is out now, for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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