LEGO CITY Undercover is an action-adventure video game by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (PC, NS, PS4, XONE), Nintendo (Wii U) and TT Games, developed by Traveller's Tales, TT Fusion and TT Games.
Xbox on Tuesday, April 04, 2017 released the trailer:
LEGO City Undercover | Launch Trailer.
Taking place in the vast Lego City, players control an undercover cop named Chase McCain. Chase goes on the hunt for criminals, with various moves at his disposal, such as swinging across poles and performing wall jumps. He can also gain disguises that give him additional abilities, such as a robber disguise that lets him break locks. Chase can also pilot vehicles, such as cars and helicopters, and use loose bricks to build various objects. Other characters can be playable once unlocked, but they'll still talk with Chase's voice (except in cut-scenes where Chase can still be seen). Custom characters are also playable. The Wii U GamePad can be used as a device including a communicator and as a scanner to locate criminals.
Lego City UndercoverBs gameplay borrows heavily from the Grand Theft Auto|Grand Theft AutoI series. However the game is role-reversed with the player taking on the role of a police officer enforcing the law, rather than a criminal committing crime, although the player is required to commit criminal acts on some occasions in order to infiltrate criminal gangs.
Police officer Chase McCain (Joseph May) returns home to Lego City, after being sent away two years ago in the aftermath of an important case, at the request of Mayor Gleeson. Upon his return, Gleeson reveals the city is in the grips of a crime wave, which she suspects to be the work of Rex Fury - a notorious criminal that Chase helped to arrest, who had recently escaped from prison - and asks Chase to find him and stop him once again. To assist him in his work, Chase is joined by dim-witted rookie Frank Honey, and assisted by police technician Ellie Phillips, though his return is not welcome news for Natalia Kowalski (Jules de Jongh), Chase's ex-girlfriend, who was forced into the witness protection program after he inadvertently revealed her as the witness in Fury's trial, nor Marion Dunby (Kerry Shale), the city's new Chief of Police, who had Chase sent away because of his mistake as well as always having a giant dislike to him.
At the end of the game, when the player is in free roam, there are two bonus missions located at the police station that depict a police chase from two points of view. One mission allows the player to steal a car from the station and drive it to a criminal hideout. The other is the same scenario, only the player controls the cop who pursues the criminal and eventually arrests him.
LEGO CITY Undercover was scheduled to be released on March 18, 2013 (North America), on March 28, 2013 (PAL region), on April 4, 2017 (North America), on April 7, 2017 (PAL region) and on April 12, 2017 (Australia) by Nintendo (Wii U), Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (PC, NS, PS4, XONE) and TT Games.
It is a single-player and multiplayer video game.
This video game is available for the following platforms: Wii U, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The game LEGO CITY Undercover is rated with PEGI 7 rating.
More information about LEGO CITY Undercover you can get at:
Official website: legocityu.nintendo.com
Wikipedia: Lego City Undercover