LEGO The Hobbit Latest Updates
The games of LEGO The Hobbit and LEGO Lord of the Rings delisted from Steam, and it's possible the Ghostbusters games may be going too.
Despite publisher Warner Bros. and developerinitially suggesting there would be a DLC pack for Lego: The Hobbit adding content from the final film in , it appears that the game won't be getting an expansion after all.
The game features levels and characters from An Unexpected Journey and Desolation of Smaug, but ends abruptly on a cliffhanger that reads "to be continued". It's no longer set to be continued.
Lego: The Hobbit contains content from just the first two Hobbit films at launch, but Lego fansite are reporting that content from the third film will be added as DLC when There and Back Again is released in cinemas this Christmas.
The latest LEGO The Hobbit Buddy-Up trailer shows us the importance of Teamwork as Thorin Oakenshield and his company of dwarves must work together to use new abilities and special attack moves to reach the Dwarven Kingdom of Erebor.
The official announcement trailer for LEGO The Hobbit has now been released by Warner Bros. Gone are the LEGO Star Wars days of having no dialogue as they use the real actors' performances.
Of course it's full of the typical LEGO Traveller's Tale humour with it rated PEGI 7. LEGO The Hobbit covers both of the first two films in The Hobbit trilogy. It's out next year.