The Parr clan of superheroes has been out of commission for nearly 14 years, but they're finally coming back this summer in Pixar's Incredibles 2. Last we left this unique family, they were getting ready to take on the Underminer (John Ratzenberger).
In the sequel, we pick up right where we left off, but now Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) goes back to work while Bob (aka Mr. Incredible, voiced by Craig T. Nelson) has to stay home and raise the kids, especially young Jack-Jack, who recently discovered a whole host of super powers. There are also a bunch of awesome newcomers to the voice cast, such as Bob Odenkirk and Catherine Kenner.
Before the sequel (directed by Brad Bird) gets here in June, you can enjoy a brand-new trailer for the LEGO game, which ties right into the franchise, created by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games, The LEGO Group, Disney, and Pixar. LEGO The Incredibles will bring together heroes like Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Frozone, Violet, Dash, Edna Mode, and even Jack-Jack. All these characters build the Incredibles logo out of LEGOs as Michael Giacchino's John Barry-inspired theme song plays in the background. Edna finally shows up and says she's seen it before and spits the "I" into two columns to signify the upcoming sequel.
“Fans of all ages will enjoy this new Incredibles gaming experience,” said Lisa Anderson, VP, Games, Disney in an official release provided to SYFY WIRE. “LEGO The Incredibles introduces thrilling new adventures led by the incomparable Incredibles family, and puts their powers, and their family, to the test in a LEGO world full of fun and surprises.”
Watch the trailer below.
“The Incredibles franchise, full of super-powered characters, adventures and teamwork, combined with all of the humor, puzzle-solving elements and unexpected surprises of LEGO games makes for the perfect combination for players,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games Publishing. “With LEGO The Incredibles, fans can experience the non-stop action from both movies while fighting crime together as a super hero family.”
“LEGO The Incredibles offers hours of creative play within an imaginative LEGO version of The Incredibles movies,” added Sean William McEvoy, VP, Digital Games & Apps, The LEGO Group. “The co-operative puzzle solving creates fun for the entire family.”
The game becomes available the same day the feature film is released in theaters, June 15. This could mean the game contains spoilers pertaining to the sequel and won't be able to be released until the movie. You'll be able to play it on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.