The update consists of three new packs: the Lego Batman Movie Story Pack, the Lego Batman Movie Fun Pack, and the Knight Rider Fun Pack, which each come with a host of goodies both digitally and physically.
To accompany the Story Pack, there's also a LEGO Batman Movie Fun Pack, which includes "Excalibur Batman" (he's silver and he's got a sword and is altogether rather badass) accompanied by his Bionic Steed. Additionally, players can transform their Batman minifigure from the Starter Pack into The LEGO Batman Movie version of Batman when they place him in The LEGO Batman Movie levels within the Story Pack.
The Lego Batman Movie Story Pack is available now! Batgirl's batarang, glide and stealth abilities can reach areas with high security access and her Detective Mode is helpful in solving puzzles. Players can also transform Robin into Nightwing, utilizing his deflect moves to bring the fight back to The Joker. Both of these Fun Packs will also give access to their respective adventure worlds. Excalibur Lego Batman launches early via Target before going nationwide on March 28th, while Knight Rider starts at GameSpot early before following suit.
This new wave of LEGO Dimensions releases also sees the general release of the Adventure Time Marceline fun pack (which was previously a Toys "R" Us exclusive) and a Knight Rider fun pack, which includes Michael Kitt and the ever-iconic K.I.T.T. auto. Jet and Goliath Armored Semi for upgraded in-game powers. Players can also fight crime on four wheels with K.I.T.T., the highly advanced, artificially intelligent robotic vehicle, to boost their gameplay. Interactive Entertainment, LEGO Dimensions is now available for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and the Wii U system.