The very long-awaited The Incredibles 2 sequel is in theaters today. Also launching today is video game LEGO The Incredibles by TT Games, Disney and Pixar, The LEGO Group, and WB Games. Corporate synergy! Watch the new live action launch trailer above.

Players will switch between the members of the Parr family and their super-powered allies. The campaign features familiar scenes and locations from The Incredibles and The Incredibles 2. Each level will provide challenges that can be solved by utilizing and combining the super-powered family’s powers. Use Elastigirl’s stretchy limbs to form bridges and cross chasms, and Violet’s force fields to disable security systems.

“Players will enjoy the teamwork involved in solving the creative, co-operative challenges in LEGO The Incredibles ,” said Sean William McEvoy, VP, Digital Games, The LEGO Group. “Friends and family can use team-up moves and a range of superpowers, from Elastigirl’s transformations to Dash’s lightning-fast speed, unleashing the heroes’ impressive abilities to overcome any tricky situation.”

As typical in recent LEGO game releases, LEGO The Incredibles will include a large hub world. The hub world will provide free-roaming fun as well as Crime Waves, broken down into districts. These missions will feature villainous boss fights, such as The Underminer, who are trying to take over parts of the region.

“New threats, new villains and new family drama await players in LEGO The Incredibles,” said Lisa Anderson, VP, Games, Disney. “Fans will explore their favorite locations from the first film, as they battle Syndrome on Nomansian Island and discover new exotic destinations such as the mysterious New Urbem.”

Up to two players can join forces in local co-op, as well as custom build their own heroic outfit using the designer Edna E. Mode.

LEGO The Incredibles is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch.

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