Your favorite Lego figures will soon be able to visit the virtual world. At E3, Lego unveiled its plans for Lego Dimensions, an interactive entertainment pack that connects physical and digital Lego worlds.
The Lego Dimensions Starter Pack will bring that interactive experience alive. Players will be able to load up to seven characters on a toy pad, including vehicles and gadgets, that will bring them into the video game.
The Starter Pack costs $99.99 and will include: Lego Dimensions video game, Lego Toy Pad, Bricks to build the Lego Gateway, three Lego minifigures (Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle), and the Lego Batmobile.
A series of challenges and puzzles then face the characters as they enter the interactive world, as shown in Lego’s video above. Players can also virtually shrink or enlarge their Lego pieces to scale within the game.
Additionally, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment showed its Portal Level Pack with the Lego Chell figure (you might know Chell’s model, Alesia Glidewell from You Kick Ass, the Seattle startup that just got Mark Cuban to invest $100K); The Simpsons‘ packs featuring Homer, Bart and Krusty the Clown; and a Jurassic World pack. Costs on these will vary, based on the pack, from $14.99 to $29.99.
It launches Sept. 27 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStations 3 and 4, and Nintendo’s Wii U.