The long-awaited sequel to the surprise 2014 megahit “The LEGO Movie” arrived in cinemas early in February. While it couldn’t quite live up to the hype of its predecessor, “LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part” at least got good critic reviews and entertained those who did come to see it.
Later that month the videogame adaptation from TT Fusion was released. In true game company fashion that base title was quickly followed by the expected DLC. The “Prophecy Pack” brought elements of the first film (and its game version) to “The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame,” adding characters like Vitruvious and Lord Business to the cast.
Now, another rush of downloadable content has been announced by TT Games and WB Interactive. Nintendo Insider reports that this free DLC pack, called “Galactic Adventures,” will expand on the film’s present setting by adding three locations, each with their own story quest to complete.
- The first new level, “Dis-Harmony City,” gives players control of General Sweet Mayhem. Set following the scattering of the LEGO Justice League in their futile defense of Bricksburg from the Duplon invasion, players must have Mayhem track down the JL members and convince them to switch sides, as eventually seen in the “Catchy Song” footage.
- Next, “The Queen’s Palace” once again features General Mayhem in the timeframe leading up to Queen Watevra Wa’Nabi’s wedding to LEGO Batman. The wedding preparations aren’t complete, Queen Watvera’s gone full Bridezilla, and it’s up to the player to help Mayhem to damage control and get the story on track.
- The last level of “Galactic Adventures” takes place on the “Rexcelsior” spaceship of Rex Dangervest. Trying to keep this spoiler-free, the location is a prequel of sorts, retelling how Rex met and trained his raptor crew. In between training the raptors with fun activities, he also needs to keep the Rexcelsior shipshape if he’s going to make his fated meeting with Emmet. And we won’t say anything more beyond that.
“The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame” DLC pack “Galactic Adventures” is expected to come out this April. The game itself remains available for Windows, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.