FIRST LOOK: Sonic LEGO Dimensions minifigure!


Thanks to LEGO Dimensions producer Mark Warburton, we have our first ever look at Sonic for LEGO Dimensions!

Sonic is expected to be released in a Level Pack this November, but that has not been confirmed by the LEGO Dimensions team. If I had to guess, I’d be Sonic gets fully revealed around his 25th anniversary part at the end of July.

Take a full look at the image below:


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  • YoshiAngemon

    I say let’s put blue arms on him, add in a small scarf piece, and we got makeshift Sonic Boom Sonic.

    • Cpinkman

      Well, the scarf wouldn’t fit due to the headmold

  • coronakingdom

    I’m so excited for Sonic! 😀 I had the first game when I was a child and never finished it. Now I have a collection for PS2 where you can actually save your progress and don’t have to restart entirely when you die. Since Sonic was announced for “Dimensions” I played one of the original games every weekend! Just finished “Sonic & Knuckles”. I really hope for a cool Level Pack!

    Warburton also showed Gizmo’s car, by the way. 😉

  • YoshiAngemon

    I just bought the Sonic Humble Bundle. Only way I could play the Sonic games on the Genesis Classics on Steam without lag would be with the Classic Launcher, instead of the Hub. For that, I need a powerful Desktop Computer, to improve on the hardware, because I can’t replace the Processor on my laptop. I CAN however play games like Sonic Adventure, Sonic Adventure 2, and Sonic 4, no problem. I just hope 2017 will be worth the wait for Sonic. Hopefully, Gizmo and Stripe can be available by Christmas.