The packaging for a LEGO toy has confirmed a LEGO The Incredibles game in development for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC.
Spotted by The Brick Fan, the packaging was found on the reverse of one of the instruction manuals in the LEGO Juniors Incredibles 2 sets.
The Incredibles 2 is set to hit the cinemas in June, and so the game is pretty likely to release around that time in order to coincide with it.
It will be the first LEGO game based on a Pixar film. It will most likely contain a few nods and winks to other Pixar films as the LEGO games are usually jam-packed with references for the fans.
There aren’t any other details yet for the game, but it’s likely a classic LEGO combination of light platforming, building, and punching.
Publisher Warner Bros. Interactive has yet to make an announcement regarding LEGO The Incredibles, but it probably won’t be long now.
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