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LEGO Saves the Day with The Avengers

LEGO Saves the Day with The Avengers
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, the LEGO Group and Marvel Entertainment have joined forces to launch the new video game “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.”

Warner Bros. and TT Games to release new LEGO game featuring the Marvel films.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, the LEGO Group and Marvel Entertainment have joined forces to launch the new video game “LEGO Marvel’s Avengers.

The new superhero adventure game will allow fans to play through six Marvel Studios films, while also experiencing Avengers characters and content from Marvel Comics.

Additionally, players will be able to play and unlock 200 characters, with more than 100 characters that have never appeared in a LEGO video game before. The game will also feature eight different environments within the Marvel Cinematic Universe where players can roam freely.

The game was developed by TT Games and published by WBIE. It will be available Friday in the U.S. and the U.K. for PlayStation 4 and 3, Xbox One and 360, Nintendo's Wii U and DS and PC.

“'LEGO Marvel’s Avengers’ celebrates the thrilling world of Avengers as only a LEGO game can,” says Tom Stone, managing director, TT Games. “Players of all ages will be able to experience their favorite Marvel moments in a brand-new way, through six different blockbuster films across the Marvel Cinematic Universe, while also exploring an incredible amount of classic Avengers characters and content from famed Marvel Comics, all with our unique LEGO style and humor. It’s an epic combination for fans and newcomers alike.”

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