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Lego Dimensions to receive Teen Titans Go! figures and content

22 Jun 2017

As you may know already, Lego Dimensions is expanding with various toys and level packs from many different licensed properties. The latest property to be added into the game is the TV show Teen Titans Go! Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has released a new trailer looking at the Teen Titans Go! team inside of Lego Dimensions. The characters that have been added include Robin, Raven, Cyborg, Starfire and Beast Boy. 

The Teen Titans Go! Fun Pack and Adventure Pack will be released in New Zealand and Australia on September 13th, 2017. Lego Dimensions is out now for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and the Nintendo Wii U. 

The new Teen Titans Go! packs are sold separately from the game. Other packs coming out later this year include Beetlejuice and the Powerpuff Girls. You can check out the Teen Titans trailer below. 


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