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Friday, 19 November 2010 09:44

TT Games confirms next Lego offering

Written by David Stellmack


Pirates of the Caribbean will be going to bricks
After tackling Star Wars, Batman, Indiana Jones, and most recently Harry Potter, the software Lego experts TT Games will take their bricking to a new world when they release the Lego version of Pirates of the Caribbean. While it has been known for some time that the developers at TT Games were working on a new Lego title from new IP, it was unclear till now what it might be.

According to what the developer has confirmed so far, the new Lego Pirates of the Caribbean video game will incorporate a number of storylines, locations and characters from the first three films. It will offer as many as 20 playable levels with 70 characters to play. Two-player co-op locally is confirmed, but it is unknown if any network-based co-op play will be offered.

The release of the title is targeted for May of 2011, and as with most Lego offerings from TT Games, it will arrive for a large number of platforms including Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, PSP, DS and Wii. Rumors of a possible Mac release are unconfirmed, but it is possible from the whispers we hear.
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