updated - September 20, 2020 Sunday EDT
"Lego" fans have another reason to be excited for the upcoming new year, as "The Lego" Group gave another hint on the anticipated and rumored "Jurassic World Lego" game during the closing credits of the game's "Batman 3," as reported by BrickFan.
As the closing credits of "Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham," a Jurassic Park-themed egg was included. The short clip also showed the game's main characters Batman and Robin's, DC superheroes, encounter with a brick version of a giant dinosaur. The teaser was also accompanied with the Jurassic Park theme before the T-Rex bade goodbye and stomps off, Eurogamer reports.
It can be recalled that "Lego Jurassic World" game has been the subject of rumors after marketing materials from toy retailer Toys 'R Us was leaked. The materials showed the new game will be released sometime in 2015, IGN reported.
According to Gamespot, The Lego group has also announced and confirmed that a physical version of "Jurassic World" Lego set will be out in the market, alongside the upcoming fourth installment of the dinosaur movie. A range of "Lego Jurassic World" toy sets will reportedly be available for purchase on May next year. The slated release date is one month ahead of the anticipated "Jurassic Park 4" movie that is based on Michael Crichton novel.
With the company's trend of making physical lego first before making a video game, there is a great potential that "Lego Jurassic World" game will be released next year as well. On the other hand, there is no rumor yet about the game's main plot, whether it will be based on the first three movies of the franchise or an entirely different story.
If ever rumors of the "Lego Jurassic World" game appear to be true, it will be added to the roster of major franchises with Lego video games and physical toys. This list include "Star Wars, "The Lord of the Rings," "The Hobbit," "Indiana Jones," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and "Harry Potter."
Meanwhile, Jurassic World, the title of the fourth installment on the well-received movie franchise, is slated for a June 12, 2015 premiere, as cited by Master Herald. The anticipated movie will reportedly start 22 years after its predecessor's plot which is set in Isla Nublar.
The dinosaur park, now owned by Masrani Corporation, features diverse species of the ancient creature but the owners are planning in creating genetically modified new species of dinosaurs. Scientists, who named the new specie Diabolus Rex, will try to create new species to attract more visitors but the preparation does not go as planned.
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