Lego Dimensions Is Done As WB Ceases Development

Lego Dimensions Is Done As WB Ceases Development

The toys-to-life version of Lego looks like it'll end its two-year run.

Warner Bros has officially announced that development on Lego Dimensions is over. The news came via a statement on Twitter from the Lego Dimensions account.

"Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The Lego Group would like to thank fans for their ongoing support of Lego Dimensions," said the company in its statement. "After careful consideration, we will not be producing new expansion packs for the game beyond what is now available. We will continue to provide ongoing server and customer support for all Lego Dimensions packs. Existing packs will continue to work interchangeably and will remain available for purchase."

Lego Dimensions launched in September 2015, a latecomer to the toys-to-life genre. The hook was the game could draw from any brand that Lego had access to, which meant a grand crossover between DC Comics, The Lego Movie, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, and more. It had a strong community, though some potential fans were put off by the price of the Story, Level, Team and Fun packs for the game.

The last updates for Lego Dimensions came last month. There were Team and Fun packs released for The Powerpuff Girls, Teen Titans Go!, and Beetlejuice. Those mid-September launch marked the two-year anniversary of the game's release.

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