It’s not often that a superhero, let alone a whole bunch of them, lets someone down, but I bet the folks at Microsoft won’t wear their Spider-Man pajamas tonight.
Developer Warner Bros. originally set the next entry in the kid-friendly Lego series, Lego Marvel Super Heroes, as a launch title for Microsoft’s upcoming next-gen system, the Xbox One, which comes out on Nov. 22. However, Warner Bros. has told MVC that that version of the game is now delayed. It didn’t state a new release date.
Lego Marvel Super Heroes is still launching alongside Sony’s new system, the PlayStation 4, which comes out Friday, Nov. 15.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, Inc. (WBIE) is a division of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group. It is a worldwide publisher, developer, licensor and distributor of video games for both internal and third party titles. Under... read more »
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