WB to End Development of LEGO Dimensions

LEGO Dimensions was released two years ago. It is a game that combines LEGO with just about every franchise imaginable by using the toys-to-life feature made famous by Skylanders, Amiibo, and Disney Infinity to name a few examples.

The game allowed players to go through LEGO versions of The Simpsons, Sonic the Hedgehog, Harry Potter, The Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future, Adventure Time, and countless others. All of this was done through a special toy pad that could be connected to the console, and LEGO minifigures that went on the pad.

Today, WB Interactive has announced via Twitter that they will stop producing new expansions for the game. The most recent expansions for the game were for The Powerpuff Girls and Teen Titans Go! The existing packs will still be available for purchase, and WB intends to continue providing server and customer support for these packs.

LEGO Dimensions is now available for the Wii-U, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

Evan Schuster

I'm an English Major with an emphasis in writing. When I have the free time, I love to play video games. I'll play just about anything, but my specific favorites are side scrollers, action games, and fighting games, specifically the Super Smash Bros. series. I prefer to play as a team, but I'm just as willing to compete, so long as the game is fun.

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