Players must scour the stars for rare items, materials and tools to complete their collections and help their journey across the Lego universe, experiencing a wide array of amazing environments, wacky vehicles and incredible creatures along the way.
“The videogame is a one-of-a-kind experience full of fantastic characters and open-world adventures with a strong emphasis on creative solutions to puzzles and building within the film’s universe,” said Sean William McEvoy, VP of digital games & apps at The Lego Group.
“Lego fans of all ages will have fun rebuilding their own world using tools to create roads, change the landscape and build structures to unlock more rewards and missions.”
Arthur Parsons, head of design at TT Games Studios said: “Packed with fan-favourite and exciting new characters, mysterious locations and action from both the sequel and the original blockbuster movie, the video game is a wild adventure for kids to explore.”
The game will be available for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One consoles, and PC on 26 February.
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