Skylanders SuperChargers adds vehicles to the mix

To drive sales.

The next Skylanders game, SuperChargers, adds vehicles to Activision's toys-to-life series.

The game includes vehicular combat and aerial dogfights as well as a new class of hero, called SuperChargers. Parents of Skylanders fans will be delighted to hear there are 20 new SuperChargers toys and 20 new vehicle toys.

You can customise your vehicles in the game with modifications and upgradeable weapons. You can also pair a SuperCharger Skylander with its signature vehicle to create a SuperCharged combination, unlocking a mod that boosts the performance of both.

Meanwhile, Skylanders SuperChargers supports all 300+ Skylanders toys from the previous games, so all Skylanders characters can pilot land, sea or sky-based vehicles.

Skylanders SuperChargers, developed by Vicarious Visions, comes out 25th September in Europe on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PS4, and Wii U. Activision said "a different, unique adventure" will be made for Wii and 3DS. There's also an iPad version.

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