Relive the Battle of New York in LEGO Marvel’s Avengers E3 Trailer

Earlier this year, WB/TT Games revealed plans for a pair of new LEGO games for both Jurassic World/Park and the cinematic side of the Avengers.  While we’ve seen plenty from LEGO Jurassic World (and it’s set to release this week), today brings the first trailer for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers:

This trailer sticks pretty close to the final battle in the first Avengers movie, but we know that Age of Ultron, and likely other MCU films will be included in the game.  All I know, is that it looks like a lot of fun.  The LEGO games almost always deliver, and I can’t wait to see more of this one, though we’ll have to wait a little longer, as now it’s listing a “Winter” release instead of Fall as initially announced. 

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today released the first trailer for LEGO Marvel’s Avengers, the first console videogame featuring characters and storylines from the critically-acclaimed film Marvel’s The Avengers and the blockbuster sequel Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron. Play as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes in their quest to save the world while reliving some of the most amazing moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including the famed Battle of New York between the Avengers and Super Villain Loki as seen in Marvel’s The Avengers.

Re-imagined in LEGO form and told in TT Games’ signature, classic LEGO humor, LEGO Marvel’s Avengers will be available this winter for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PS Vita, WiiU, Nintendo 3DS and Windows PC.  

Will you guys be picking this one up?  E3 2015 is happening very soon, and Cinelinx will be on the show floor to bring you all the latest updates live, as they happen.  So be sure to stick with us and check out our E3 Hub for all the latest updates and articles. 


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