New Lego Dimensions Expansion Packs Add Sonic, The Goonies, E.T., and More


16 new properties join forces in the upcoming expansion packs.

16 new properties are making their way to LEGO Dimensions, including Harry Potter, Sonic, The Goonies, Ghostbusters, and Beetlejuice, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group announced today.

According to the press release the packs will begin launching on September 30, starting with the Ghostbusters Story Pack, Adventure Time and Mission: Impossible Level Packs, Harry Potter and Adventure TimeTeam Packs, and The A-Team Fun Pack. Additional packs include Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The LEGO Batman Movie, The Goonies, Sonic The Hedgehog, Teen Titans Go!, LEGO City Undercover, Knight Rider, The Powerpuff Girls, Gremlins, Beetlejuice and E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial will follow “in product waves stretching into summer of next year.” No new starter pack is required, with all new packs intended to “simply enhance the LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack game and work with the existing LEGO Toy Pad.”

“We’ve built upon the existing LEGO Dimensions Starter Pack to expand the gameplay possibilities with entirely new LEGO experiences that can’t be found anywhere else,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “We can now provide players with even more customization and mash-up opportunities, and all are compatible with the existing game and packs. Battle Arenas also introduce a fun new way for friends and family to join the action together and battle as favorite characters, which is an exciting innovation for LEGO videogames.”

LEGO Dimensions is a significant part of our LEGO videogames portfolio, and we are excited to offer fans many more iconic entertainment franchises combined with new, enhanced ways to play,” said David Haddad, President, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. “TT Games continues to innovate and expand the game experience, which gives players breakthrough digital and physical gameplay with an amazing amount of world-class entertainment properties connected together.”

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