We're only weeks away from LEGO The Lord of the Rings' release now and excitement is already building for Traveller's Tales' latest Lego title.
To shed some more light on the game, the developer has released a development diary video of sorts. Among the the things discussed are how the developer is adhering very closely to the film's narrative, so much so that they're actually using the movie's voice track to recreate the sense of believability in the game's story.
Also, unlike the Lego games of recent years, LEGO The Lord of the Rings features more of an open-world type gameplay instead of a linear experience through and through, with the developers stating that you can visit places such as Minas Tirith and Dunharrow and really explore the area, finding new characters and taking on fetch quests and more.
Overall, it sounds as if the game is shaping up to be quite the epic experience for video game fans (especially if you loved the movie trilogy). For more info on the game, check out the behind-the-scenes development diary below.
LEGO The Lord of the Rings releases later this month on October 30 for every major console and handheld platform.