Three new LEGO Dimensions sets have just been released, featuring characters from Knight Rider and the LEGO Batman Movie 

By ·February 10, 2017 11:25 am

As if by some kind of coincidence three new LEGO Dimensions sets featuring LEGO Batman have been released on the same day as the actual LEGO Batman Movie hits cinemas!

Ignoring the coincidence for just a moment, it’s always good to see new Dimensions sets, especially ones that introduce new characters from different intellectual properties. This time we have the inclusion of Knight Rider and if you hadn’t guessed The LEGO Batman Movie.

In terms of Knight Rider we have a new fun pack featuring a minifigure of Michael Knight and a 3-in-1 rebuildable K.I.T.T vehicle that can be rebuilt into the K.I.T.T. Jet and Goliath Armoured Semi for upgraded in-game powers.

For the LEGO Batman Movie we have two new releases a fun pack and an entire story pack. The fun pack will introduce fans to the Excalibur version of Batman as seen in the film. This set comes with an Excalibur Batman minifigure and a 3-in-1 rebuildable Bionic Steed which can be rebuilt into the Bat-Raptor and Ultrabat for additional in-game abilities.

The story pack provides players with story-driven gameplay featuring six puzzle-packed levels inspired by The LEGO Batman Movie, it also comes with new bricks to allow players to replace the LEGO Gateway with a Bat-computer. The pack comes with buildable Batgirl and Robin minifigures and the 3-in-1 buildable Batwing which can be rebuilt into The Black Thunder and Bat-Tank.

All three of the new sets are available now from retailers such as shop.lego.com.

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