LEGO Dimensions Beetlejuice, Power Puff Girls and Teen Titans Go! Packs Coming in September
Five new packs make their way into LEGO Dimensions as the final wave for season two comes in September.
“That’s why I won’t do two shows a night anymore. I won’t. I won’t do it.” – Beetlejuice 1988
LEGO Dimensions‘ final packs have received release dates from Warner Bros today, and they are a bit later than first expected. Originally expected to be released this Summer, the Power Puff Girls, Teen Titans Go! and Beetlejuice packs will now release on September 15th.
There will be five total packs across the three properties, and you can see all the details in a handy, dandy little format below
Teen Titans Go! Fun Pack
- Star Fire and T-Robot (Rebuild into T-Rocket and Robot Retriever)
Teen Titans Go! Team Pack
- Beast Boy and Raven with T-Car (Rebuild into plane and forklift)
Even though there will be no level pack with these expansions, the Teen Titans Go! packs will allows access to a single episode showing how the group stumbled upon the LEGO Dimensions universe.
Power Puff Girls Team Pack
- Blossom and Bubbles with Octi (Rebuild into squid and and skunk)
- PPG Smartphone (Rebuild into hotline and mag-net)
Power Puff Girls Fun Pack
- Buttercup and Mega blast bot (Rebuild into cannon and guitar)
Beetlejuice Fun Pack
- Beetlejuice figure with Sandworm (Rebuild into spider and vacuum)
All three packs of course come with their own, respective Battle Arena as well as Adventure World. Just as previous Adventure Worlds, there will be approximately 28 gold bricks to earn in each across a variety of quests and races.
These are the final packs in year two of LEGO Dimensions and follow up the previous wave featuring The Goonies Level Pack. No word has come yet regarding whether or not there will be a season three, but I hope there is. LEGO Dimensions was the most in-depth of the three toys to life properties (Skylanders, Disney Infinity) and featured the most interactivity between characters.
From allowing up to seven characters on the screen at once to having characters able to play and interact with anyone from any other world, LEGO Dimensions still has a lot of untapped properties they could use. One set that immediately comes to mind is the DC Comics lineup. With Batman already a focal character along with Green Arrow and Supergirl mini-figures, the DC line has a lot of places they could go. After all, there was a hidden world for The Flash in one of the episodes this season as well.
We’ll have to wait and see if there will be any continuation, perhaps at E3 we will find out more. For now, LEGO Dimensions is available on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and Wii U.