The latest Lego comic blowout has grown to become a great deal larger. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 has released its Guardians with the Galaxy Vol. 2 DLC pack, which lets fans play over the movie’s iconic opening action scene. You can check out some gameplay, thanks to YouTuber Lu Kiseiju, below.

“Today Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is getting the latest downloadable content pack inspired by Marvel Studios’ Guardians of your Galaxy Vol. 2! It offers an exhilarating new level, inspired because of the unforgettable opening scene within the movie, where players battle a huge alien monster referred to as the Abilisk. The rest also adds playable characters Star-Lord (variant), Kraglin, Stakar Ogord, Tullk, Rocket (Ravager variant), and Ego, letting players utilize their particular special abilities while they face off with the diabolical, inter-dimensional creature.”

I’ll admit, I’m don’t recognize all of the character names (i watched Guardians with the Galaxy Vol. 2 twice), but being in a position to play as Ego can be a neat addition. Sadly, he aren’t going to be quite planet sized.

Wccf’s Rosh Kelly found Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 to get another solidly entertaining blocky adventure in his review:

“LEGO games have a real strong foundation that new installments are nevertheless fun to experiment with, despite minor changes. Fans of Marvel comics will delight in the thousand references and characters stuffed into every pixel of your game. Fans of LEGO will cherish the family-friendly, frantic action that produces each level. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 is actually a pleasant, safe experience. It feels more into basics than other recent LEGO games without losing why is the series so enjoyable to return to. On cold nights, you may have a wide range of fun along with your relatives and buddies huddled across the television and saving the modern world.”

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 is accessible on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. The Guardians of your Galaxy Vol. 2 DLC pack can be purchased as part the game’s $15 season pass, or $3 alone.

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