Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has announced that the next LEGO Marvel game is set to arrive in January 2016, and it will feature new characters to pick up where the Avengers movie left off.

WB Interactive Entertainment released this press release

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced today that LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers, the first console videogame to feature characters and storylines from Marvel’s The Avengers™, Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron™ and more, will be available on 26th January 2016 in North America and 29th January 2016 in Europe, via participating retailers.

In addition, an exclusive UK retailer will be announced very soon, where consumers can pre-order their copy and receive an exclusive Silver Centurion Iron Man LEGO minifigure, which is one of the many suits that will be playable in LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers. The minfigure will ship along with the game for online customers; in-store customers will receive at time of purchase at the exclusive UK retailer while stocks last.

Brand new screenshots were revealed in honour of Gamescom, featuring Bruce Banner, Hulk, Ms Marvel Kamala Khan, Speed, Thor Jane Foster and the Unbeatable Squirrel Girl.

LEGO® Marvel’s Avengers will be available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita, Wii U™, Nintendo 3DS™, STEAM/Windows PC and Mac.

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With LEGO Dimensions arriving in September with a wave of add-ons, this game is going to have to really grab us to make it on the must play list during the holiday break.

via Games Press

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