has officially been canceled. The official news comes a week after Eurogamer broke the news
of a Warner Bros. employee revealing an internal memo announcing the cancellation to employees.
Luckily, unlike with other games, there is no server closure to report. According to a tweet
from the official LEGO Dimensions
Twitter account speaking as Warner Bros., Traveller's Tales and The LEGO Group, "We will continue to provide ongoing server and customer support for all LEGO Dimensions
packs." Any packs still on shelves will remain up for purchase until they sell out.
Toys to life games meeting their demise is nothing new, with not many competitors left standing in the genre. In May 2016, the Disney Infinity series
. Even Activision announced they would be putting the mega-popular Skylander series
on the back burner in 2017, with no plans for a new Skylanders
title announced as of eight months later. Around the same time the Skylanders
news broke, Nintendo announced the sales for its Amiibo products had seen a steep drop but would continue to be produced.
If you're a fan of the series, this might be the time to run out to your local retailers and grab any remaining packs you'd like to add to your collection.