Lego City Undercover gets Nintendo Switch release date

And a co-op mode.

Former Wii U exclusive Lego City Undercover will launch for Nintendo Switch on 7th April in the UK.

PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions of the game will also arrive on the same date.

The latest trailer for the remake also reveals a new co-op mode, missing from the original game. Co-op play is a standard of the Lego game series, so it's good to see it back here.

"Traveller's Tales' latest proves that Lego games don't need a licence to charm," Tom Bramwell wrote in Eurogamer's Wii U Lego City Undercover review.

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