Doctor Who, Portal 2, Jurassic World and More Confirmed for Lego Dimensions
The instruction booklet for Lego Dimensions' Back to the Future Level Pack was inadvertently published online by Lego (and was recently removed), which revealed many of the franchises coming to the game, BrickSet reports. The instructions featured a list of all the Team Pack, Level Pack and Fun Pack expansion pieces coming to the game, each adding characters and accessories from famous franchises to Dimensions' digital, block-based world.
In terms of Team Packs, there's a Ninjago set. More importantly, there are two other Team Packs on the way. The Jurassic World Team Pack will include an Owen Grady minifigure (played by Chris Pratt in the movie), one of Grady's trained raptors, a Jurassic World security guard and that bubble cart ride we saw from its impressive trailer. The awesome Scooby Doo Team Pack will contain minifigures for Shag and Scooby (along with one of their epic sandwiches) as well as a mini-Mystery Machine.
In terms of Level Packs, we have Portal 2, Doctor Who, Back to the Future and The Simpsons. The Simpson's Level Pack features a Homer minifig, the family vehicle and their iconic television set. The Back to the Future Level Pack will feature a Marty McFly minifig, a hoverboard and a mini-DeLorean vehicle. The Doctor Who set will feature the Doctor (which looks like the Peter Capaldi version), K-9 and a mini-TARDIS. The Portal 2 set will feature Chell (with her teleporting gun), a Companion Cube and the P-Body robot.
Lastly, we have the Fun Packs, each offering a minifigure and a single accessory. Lego Dimensions' Fun Packs include Cyborg, Wonder Woman, Bart Simpson, Legolas, Gimli, Gollum, the Wicked Witch of the West, Krusty the Clown and more (each sold separately). While pricing has not been set for the Team, Level or Fun Packs, it would make sense that the Team Packs would be the most expensive and the Fun Packs would be the cheapest.
Lego Dimensions will be hitting PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii U on Sept. 27. The Starter Pack set for Dimensions will cost $99, and it will contain the game itself, a Lego Toy Pad (a device that scans your minifigs to bring them into the game), three minifigures (Wyldstyle, Gandalf and Batman), a mini-Batmobile and bricks to build the Toy Pad's Lego Gateway.