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LEGO City Undercover Hero Trailer

WB Games has released a new Hero trailer for LEGO City Undercover which will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam on April 4. The trailer shows Chase McCain using various outfits to try to hunt down Rex Fury.

At the end of the trailer, it also shows the co-op mode which was sorely missed on the Wii U when it was first released. It looks like it’ll use the same scaling split-screen feature that the more recent LEGO games have been using.


LEGO City: Undercover Nintendo Switch Includes Two Player Co-Op & Secret Nintendo Cameos

LEGO City: Undercover

Nintendo has put out the product page for LEGO City: Undercover for the Switch and there are some new details about the game. As reported before, this remastered version is not exactly a straight port and there is new information about it that supports the claim.

If you look at the game details, it states that it will now have two player co-op which is what fans wanted from the first game. It does not say online co-op so we’ll still have to see about that. That also takes us to the gameplay since, it doesn’t say if the co-op is in the Story Mode or in Free Roam. If it’s in the Story Mode, there might be changes to the game play since you don’t want both players doing the same puzzles.

At the very bottom of the product overview section, you can see that it states there will be secret Nintendo cameos for this version of LEGO City: Undercover. There were Nintendo cameos in the original game but hopefully we’ll see something different. Fans would definitely want to see minifigure characters but we’ll see if that happens or not.

There’s no word yet on the release date of LEGO City: Undercover although Amazon has it listed as April 30 but that could just be a placeholder. LEGO City: Undercover will also be released on PlayStation 4, XBox One, and on Steam.

Join the Chase!

In LEGO® CITY Undercover, players become Chase McCain, a police officer who goes undercover to hunt down the


LEGO City: Undercover (2017) Official Trailer

LEGO City: Undercover

WB Games has released the official trailer for the upcoming LEGO City: Undercover. The trailer reintroduces Chase McCain along with an amazing soundtrack that’s very Grand Theft Auto like. The game was first released exclusively on the Nintendo Wii U but this remastered version will be on the PlayStation 4, XBox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam.

If you haven’t played LEGO City: Undercover before, it’s an open-world adventure that lets you control Chase McCain to hunt down criminals in a LEGO version of GTA. There are rumors that this version is more than just a straight port over and will have updates to it from the previous one. There’s no release date mentioned but it is stated that it will be released in the spring.

Join the Chase! This first official trailer for LEGO CITY Undercover introduces Chase McCain, a police officer who goes undercover and dons multiple disguises to hunt down the notorious – and recently escaped – criminal, Rex Fury, to put an end to his city-wide crime wave.

This open-world LEGO adventure allows fans and newcomers to explore the sprawling metropolis that is LEGO® CITY , with more than 20 unique districts to investigate, filled with car thieves to bust, vehicles to navigate, mischievous aliens to capture, hilarious movie references to discover, lost pigs to rescue and of course, hundreds of collectibles. Bringing together witty, original storytelling with signature LEGO humor, this open-world LEGO adventure creates a fun-filled experience for players of all ages.


LEGO City: Undercover Coming to PS4, XBox One, Nintendo Switch, PC in 2017

LEGO City: Undercover

WB Games has announced that LEGO City: Undercover will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC/Steam in Spring 2017. If you remember, LEGO City: Undercover lets you take control of Chase McCain in sort of a toned down Grand Theft Auto-style game that was released for the Nintendo Wii U back in 2013.

If you’re a LEGO City collector, there was a Chase McCain Minifigure Polybag (5000281) that was released with pre-orders of the game and he was eventually released in the High Speed Chase (60007) and will be coming back again in 2017 with the High-Speed Chase (60138).

LEGO City High-Speed Chase (60138)


LEGO City Undercover Limited Edition on Nintendo Wii U Europe

LEGO City: Undercover Limited Edition

I’m not sure how I missed this but last month Nintendo announced there will be a limited edition of LEGO City Undercover for the Wii U which will include the Chase McCain minifigure. This bundle will be a European exclusive and is set to be released on March 28. If you were in the US, you had a chance to get the minifigure last year when Target stores were selling it with preorders of the game. There’s no word yet on how much the bundle will cost.

**Via My Nintendo News**


New LEGO City: Undercover Wii U Trailer

Nintendo has released a new trailer for the highly anticipated LEGO City: Undercover video game for the Wii U. In this trailer it shows Chase McCain in various disguises for different missions. There’s also some cool things including a Super Chicken Glide and hiding around in a box like Snake in the Metal Gear Solid series. The main feature of the game is that it’s a sandbox style game where you can do pretty much anything, aka Grand Theft Auto. LEGO City: Undercover is expected to be released on March 18, 2013.


A Time For Giving – Chase McCain Minifigure Giveaway

LEGO City: Undercover Chase McCain Minifigure (5000281)

The time for giving is upon us as we get closer to Thanksgiving and Christmas. The Brick Fan is proud to announce that we’ll be having our first ever contest to give away an unopened, exclusive LEGO City: Undercover Chase McCain Minifigure (5000281) from the Target Wii U preorder. These minifigures were only available for a limited time and I believe are out of stock in stores now. We will also include the collector’s card with the polybag. The prices for these minifigs will be definitely going up in the near future if you’re an investor but it also makes a great addition to your City collection.

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