This first look of the actual gameplay shares many recreations of iconic scenes from the first Incredibles movie, all reworked with the authentic LEGO game humor and charm that fans have come to expect. Cut scenes include actual audio from the films, but there is also some new voice over work being done specifically for the game.
Gameplay seeks to provide players with the action packed, puzzle-platformer genre the series is known for, as well as drop-in, drop-out cooperative multiplayer, making the game accessible to all players. LEGO The Incredibles will also feature the stories from both the first movie and its upcoming sequel, as well as some additional stories featuring characters that go unexplored in the films.
LEGO The Incredibles was first announced last month for a June 15 release date, the same day as that Incredibles 2 hits theaters. The game will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.