If you’re thinking of picking up every piece of content for LEGO Dimensions, you should probably start saving now.
Purchasing every piece of content currently confirmed for the game will set you back around £355, which includes an initial £99.99 outlay for the Starter Pack, £14.99 for each of the Fun Packs, and £29.99 for each of the Team Packs and Level Packs.
The Starter Pack includes the full game, a LEGO Toy Pad, bricks to build the LEGO Gateway, the LEGO Batmobile and 3 LEGO minifigures: Batman, Wyldstyle and Gandalf.
Each Fun Pack, meanwhile, includes a brand new minifigure and an accessory/vehicle, with the Back To The Future Level Pack including a new level, minifigure and 2 vehicles themed around the movie. The Ninjago Team Pack includes 2 minifigures along with a Boulder Bomber and Blade Bike.
The current line-up of content confirmed for 2015 includes:
- Starter Pack – £99.99
- Level Pack – Back to the Future – £29.99
- Team Pack – Ninjago – £29.99
- Fun Pack – Wizard of Oz Wicked Witch of the West – £14.99
- Fun Pack – DC Cyborg – £14.99
- Fun Pack – DC Wonder Woman – £14.99
- Fun Pack – LEGO Movie Unikitty – £14.99
- Fun Pack – LEGO Movie Benny – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Ninjago Zane – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Ninjago Jay – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Ninjago Nya – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Lord of the Rings Gollum – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Lord of the Rings Gimli – £14.99
- Fun Pack – Lord of the Rings LEGOlas – £14.99
And that’s not the only content there’ll be this year, with further packs to be released in 2015 and 2016 set to be announced at a later date. In fact, Warner Bros. says that the above content is just a “small sample of packs” that will be available in 2015.
However, if you’re planning on picking the game up on Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii U rather than Xbox One or PS4, you can at least expect to save yourself a tenner: the Starter Pack costs just £89.99 on the older consoles.
LEGO Dimensions launches on PS4, Xbox One, Wii U, Xbox 360 or PS3 on September 29.