In a rehearsed conversation between the E3 and NX Twitter accounts, Netflix confirmed that it would be showing off the upcoming Stranger Things game. The set will be available for LEGO VIP members starting tomorrow and for everyone else on June 1st.
The LEGO set includes 2,287 pieces and a whole host of accessories for each of the characters including Hopper's coffee cup, Eleven's waffle and Mike's flashlight to help you solve the mystery of his missing friend.
The set itself features the Byers household in both its "normal" state and its "Upside-Down" variant, which speaks to the ingenuity behind the set's creation.
Now partnering with Netflix's most popular series, the recently revealed Stranger Things set, titled "The Upside Down", is hard to wrap your mind around.
On the real-world side of the Lego toy, the Byers' house features a front porch with furniture, living room, dining room and Will's bedroom.More news: UK Talk Show Axed By Channel After Death Of Participant
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Will Byers' bedroom is even faithfully replicated, where you'll spot his boombox, bed, desk, desk lamp, drawings and movie posters all in place.
It looks like Netflix is making a committed step into the gaming market.
This Stranger Things collectible includes over 2,200 pieces and comes in 11 bags, so the real world and The Upside Down can be built at the same time for a shared building experience. But considering just how much is actually going on, it's honestly a price that could be worth paying if this is the one and only Stranger Things set Lego actually gets to make.
Not only does the new and very large set set feature a replica of the Byers' house - complete with light-up alphabet wall - but it also features a sinister mirrored Upside Down version of it, lurking menacingly below ground level.