New LEGO The Incredibles Trailer Shows Off Crimewaves Feature

New LEGO The Incredibles Trailer Shows Off Crimewaves Feature

Interactive and The LEGO Group have released a trailer for the next video game in the LEGO franchise, LEGO The Incredibles.

The game, which is based on Disney Pixar's The Incredibles and Incredibles 2, will challenge players to use teamwork to defeat risky villains that have overrun the dynamic hub world in fun-packed missions. Each mission will contain multiple challenges to overcome, before engaging in an epic boss battle to return justice to the city once more.

LEGO The Incredibles is releasing this summer near the time of the sequel. Check out the trailer below to find out more.

Family Teamwork for the Win - Players must work together and combine the Parr family's iconic abilities and unique powers to build wonderful, massive LEGO® structures.

Inspired by both films, LEGO The Incredibles allows players to tackle crime as the super-powered Parr Family.

The Crime Wave missions feature villains like Syndrome and the Underminer as they terrorize various parts of the hub city of Municiberg.

Character Customisation with a Twist - Players can modify their character's appearance and abilities using a customiser themed to Edna "E" Mode, the diminutive, but bombastic fashion designer of super hero outfits. It's coming to PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch.

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