LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Walkthrough With Ending

Complete LEGO Marvel’s The Avengers with the help of this video walkthrough.

Posted By | On 30th, Jan. 2016 Under Walkthrough | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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It’s not too easy to get stuck in LEGO games, but Marvel’s The Avengers is one of the harder ones out there, if only because of its scope. But don’t worry, we have you covered with this complete walkthrough along with the ending of the game. There are 15 chapters in Marvel’s The Avengers and you can find the complete video walkthrough below.

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation Vita, Wii U and 3DS. The game is published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developed by TT Fusion and TT Games. Let us know if you have any questions in the comments section below. For video game guides, tips and wikis, check out our gaming portal here.

Level 1: Struck Off the List
Level 2: A Loki Entrance
Level 3: Rail Hydra
Level 4: Shakespeare in the Park
Level 5: Helicarrier Havoc
Level 6: Avengers Assemble
Level 7: Earth’s Mightiest
Level 8: Lack of Insight
Level 9: Ready A.I.M. Fire
Level 10: Lost in the Aether
Level 11: No Strings On Me
Level 12: Anger Management
Level 13: Korea Prospects
Level 14: Rise of Ultron
Level 15: Ultron Undone

And they can each take a fair bit to get through. If you are ever stuck in the game, however, the video below should help you find your way through whatever it is that is currently impeding your progress.

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  • Gary Simister

    My kids got this on Friday at launch but didn’t start playing until yesterday, 6 hours later they where watching the ending.. They are back into it trying to unlock some more things but this game needed more content, 6 hours is far to quick to for new games to be completed. They got the extra addition with the Lego figure so £34.99.

    • James Hawkins III

      At six hours you’re kids are most likely only watching the first ending. The game has two separate endings as though it was originally meant to be two separate games. One ending after completing the levels for the movie Avengers 1, and another after completing the levels for the movie Avengers 2: Age of Ultron.

      There are also three more movie levels that having nothing to do with either ending (Captain America: Winter Soldier, Iron Man 3, Thor 2: The Dark World) and several open world levels with multiple side missions each, including a large Manhattan hub with dozens upon dozens and missions and such to do just in that open world alone. There is no way your kids have even made a dent in this game in six hours, it’s fairly massive.

    • Gary Simister

      They completed the ultron missions and have the achievement, sure there plenty to unlock and collect but they are kids not adults. There’s at most 2 more days for them then they won’t touch it again because the story is over. It is a great game and they are still enjoying it but making it s little more challenging and adding more to the story line would have help longevity. They must have nearly all the Lego games so far Star Wars Harry Potter batman and so on which does help them with new games. The problem for me is they all end the same way completed a few days collecting things and put away until they have a friend come round that wants to play one.

    • hagyjatok békén

      Hi, I am another “tired” father of two. They played on XBOX 360. They finished all the two endings you mentioned, but we are stuck. After finishing Avengers2 the screen went blank and even the controllers couldnt do anything. So my main problem we cannot see those 3 more movie levels and the open world levels. Our progress is 28%.
      When restart the game (by hard resetting the console) we dont see any options about this. We can only load the finished game or start it over from the beginning.

    • hagyjatok békén

      Oh, its working now.
      They played again all the 15 levels and after that we see the “worlds”

  • Melanie

    This walk through is useless for the DS version. The levels aren’t the same so where you need help you can’t get through 🙁

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