Many have found when they buy the treasure item detector and turn it on, that it doesn’t seem to work at all. Wherever you go, there are not arrows pointing you in the right direction. This is quite a large bug, but there is a way around it. An annoying, pain in the neck, have to do it every time, way around it. Whenever you enter a level, or go through a loading screen, or even have a cut scene, you need to go into the extras menu and turn the treasure item detector on and off again. You can simply switch it on and off without leaving the extras list. Each time you do this, it will kick in again and show you any treasure items in the new area you are in. Hopefully the developers will address this bug soon, but this will keep you going until they do.
In all 15 story mode levels, there are 10 minikit pieces to find. Completing each minikit will unlock a new comic that you can read in Deadpool’s room, on board the Helicarrier. Below you will find the location of each piece, and a description of how to get it. If you are trying to complete the game 100%, then you will need to find all 150 minikit pieces. Read more »
There are 250 gold bricks to collect in this game. You will need to collect them if you want to unlock the red bricks, because you need gold bricks to unlock the bonus levels. A large amount of bricks will be collected by achieving certain things within levels, including completing each level, reaching true believer, and completing the minikits. You will also get 50 gold bricks for finding Stan Lee in peril, and helping him out. For any help with these targets, check our other guides. Read more »
Stan Lee keeps getting himself in trouble and you need to help him out. There are 50 instances of Stan Lee in peril, 15 in story levels, 11 in bonus levels, and 24 to be found in the HUB. When trying to find Stan in the HUB, he will only appear in one place at a time, but an icon will appear on the map so you know where he is. The table below lists where he is, in the order he will appear. Finding Stan 50 times and helping him out, will unlock Stan as a playable character. Read more »
There are many vehicles that you can unlock, to help you around the city. Just as you do with characters, many of the vehicles will require you to find a token to unlock it, before you can buy it, and all vehicles that must be bought will cost 150,000 studs. The tables below list the three different types of vehicle, and the vehicles are listed in the order they appear in the vehicle selection screens. Read more »
There are 155 playable character in this game, all of which must be unlocked, and some of which must be bought. This guide lists all the characters in the order that they appear on the character selection screen. If you are missing a character and don’t know which one it is, look at the characters either side of it, then use this list to figure out who it is. Locations of the character tokens are included, although this may not be necessary because each token is shown on the map. However, if you are missing a character and don’t know their name, this may help you. Enjoy! Read more »
Unlike other Lego games, most of the red bricks must be found while playing the bonus levels in free-play mode. Four are unlocked at the start of the game and can be bought as soon as you have enough studs. Eleven more must be found in bonus levels before you can purchase it. Each bonus level has a requirement that must be met, before you can play it. Most levels require a certain amount of gold bricks, while a few will need you to complete the story, or are unlocked automatically. When you have played through a level in story mode, go to the map and select the level you want to replay in free-play mode. Once you are in free-play, you can then find the red brick hidden in the level. When you have found a red brick, you can then purchase it on board the helicarrier. Head to Deadpool’s room and access the screen in the middle of the back wall. You can then buy any red brick that you have unlocked, provided you have enough studs to pay for it. Read more »
There are 12 bonus levels that you can play through, and all have a story mode and a freeplay mode, just like the normal levels. This guide will tell you how to complete the levels, where to find them, how to unlock them, and how many studs you need to reach True Believer. If you need help with any of the collectibles, such as character tokens, Deadpool red bricks, and Stan Lee in Peril, then check our other guides available. Read more »
There are 15 levels that you will play through in story mode for the new Lego game. When playing in freeplay mode, you can choose to play as any character that you have unlocked. But, in story mode, you must play as the characters you are given. Because of this, you will have to use the skills of the characters you have, to solve puzzles and work your way through the level.
This guide is written to help you work through all 15 levels, giving you only the information that you need to complete it. If you would like to know how to find the collectibles within a level, you will find many other guides on this site that cover everything in the game. However, under the header for each level, you will find the total amount of studs needed to reach True Believer for that level. If you get stuck within any story mode level, this guide can help you out.