In honor of Star Wars Day (May the Fourth), Warner Bros. Games revealed never before seen, new content for its upcoming LEGO Star Wars The Force Awakens video game. They gave us a teaser last February and this time, in a fitting tribute to what has been a sacred day for all generation of loyal fans of the Star Wars franchise, WB Games pays it forward by pulling away the veil a little bit more on their latest instalment of LEGO Star Wars video games.
LEGO and Warner Bros. Interactive teamed up last March to create five awesome DLCs or downloadable content that comes along with its Season Pass promo. For just $9.99, fans of the hit game LEGO Marvel Avengers may receive 5 additional DLCs, two of which were released already last March 29 with the Classic Captain Marvel Pack and the Masters of Evil Pack.
Just a couple of days ago, we had our first look at the official images of LEGO Marvel and DC Comics Superheroes sets slated this summer. Though these are official, those who would like to see and appreciate the fine details on these sets may opt for higher-resolution images. This is exactly what we have right now, courtesy of Ukrainian retailer site, Rozetka (thanks to a tip from CM4Sci over at Eurobricks). They uploaded on their site hi-res images of the following LEGO Superheroes sets: 76054, 76055, 76057, 76058, and 76059. This allows us to have a better look at the excellent details of each, especially the minifigures that are included in them. Click on the images for a zoomed in view. Let’s take a look.
Two exclusive minifigures have been showing up by the numbers over at eBay, quite earlier ahead of its expected official release dates.
A while ago, we mentioned that the LEGO Store Calendar for the month of June is already up, jam packed with exclusive in store promos and exclusives. One particular plug that caught our attention is one that will happen sometime soon at LEGOLAND Resorts and Discovery Centers. Following the success of the LEGO Nexo Knights theme when it made its debut last January, LEGO now extends the hi-tech medieval adventures of Knighton into the real world with its announcement of a brand new 4D movie exclusive.