LEGO City: Undercover Is Heading To Three New Platforms

The Wii U-exclusivity is over, so the police LEGO adventure is going to show up elsewhere.

Originally, LEGO City: Undercover launched in March 2013 on the Wii U, and unlike other games, it wasn’t based on popular franchises. Instead, it had an original story. In Spring 2017, we can play it on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, according to the Twitter announcement. We don’t know if it’s going to be a re-release or a remaster as LEGO used both terms in replies.

They didn’t give us an exact date, but seeing how they clearly said Spring, Undercover is likely one of the Switch launch titles. (That console is out in March, so there’s the possibility.)

Poor Wii U: the exclusives which aren’t related/financed by Nintendo are showing up on different platforms.

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