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LEGO Dimensions is set to be a bit different for its second year on shelves, with the new expansion packs focusing on their source material, rather than the overarching LEGO Dimensions story. Interviewed by Eurogamer, producer Mark Warburton discussed the shift, saying:

We wanted to try something different [with Story Packs] and tell the story of those movies. This year is going to be a great barometer of what the appetite is out there, to see if people like our story or want something else. We’ll see if the preference is that they want to play the whole Ghostbusters movie or Fantastic Beasts movie.

Warburton also discussed two exclusive figures. He emphasized that the Supergirl figure, which is currently only available when buying the PS4 Starter Pack, is a timed exclusive, meaning that she could find her way to different sets in the future. He also commented on high markup price on the Green Arrow figure, which is exclusive as a giveaway at demo events and thus can only be reliably obtained through sites like eBay, saying “We never saw that coming.”
He also reiterated previously known information about the game. Touching on Star Wars and Marvel, Warburton stated that they each had their own LEGO games and thus are on a different track than Dimensions. He also reminded that there are more packs coming throughout the year, like the recently revealed LEGO Batman sets and the unrevealed Powerpuff Girls, and also that the game is still on track for its current three-year plan.
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Lots of new content is heading to LEGO Dimensions very soon, including four-player Battle Arenas. IGN shows some gameplay of that in the video below.

GameSpot has shared a new video for LEGO Dimensions that highlights the new Adventure Time pack. Check it out below.

A new LEGO Dimensions is live to promote some of the upcoming content on the way to LEGO Dimensions. Get a look at the “Bigger Battles” video below.

Warner Bros. has announced three new packs on the way to LEGO Dimensions. The LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack, Excalibur Batman Fun Pack, and Knight Rider Fun Pack will each arrive on February 10, 2017.

We have information about the different pack below. The first images for each can be found in the gallery below.

Coinciding with the release of the upcoming film on which it’s based, The LEGO Batman Movie Story Pack, will provide a deep, story-driven gameplay experience with iconic DC characters in six puzzle-packed levels and new LEGO Gateway bricks that allow players to build the Bat-Computer atop the LEGO Toy Pad. The pack comes with buildable Batgirl and Robin minifigures and the 3-in-1 buildable Batwing which can be rebuilt into The Black Thunder and Bat-Tank. Gamers can play the complete movie and band together with Batgirl and Robin to fight off the Joker and his team of villains. Batgirl’s batarang, glide and stealth abilities can reach areas with high security access and Robin’s agility and dive skills provide sneak access. Players can also transform Robin into the Nightwing, utilize his vine cut, and deflect moves for more crime-fighting adventures. Batgirl and Robin provide access to the new The LEGO Batman Movie Adventure World with its own unique Battle Arena with competitive split-screen local gameplay for up to four players.

Recently, Warner Bros. put out a LEGO Dimensions video that specifically focuses on the Harry Potter franchise. We’ve attached it below.

The LEGO Dimensions Harry Potter Team Pack comes out later this month.

Warner Bros. has published the second episode in the “Meet That Hero!” video series. This time, the extra special extraterrestrials Supergirl and E.T. are featured. Check it out below.

A new LEGO Dimensions video is live, giving us a look at the new Harry Potter world. The Harry Potter Team Pack will be available on September 27. Find the new video below.

Family Gamer TV has a closer look at the new Harry Potter content on the way to LEGO Dimensions as part of Wave 6. Check it out below.

IGN sat down with a couple of developers working on LEGO Dimensions at Gamescom today. New footage was shown, including a look at the latest Harry Potter and Sonic content. View the video below.

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