Featuring vehicles designed for land, air and water, Skylanders SuperChargers will give kids a total of 40 new toys to play with, and parents will get a new set of headaches as they hunt for that one, rare figure that no store seems to have in stock. Vehicles will be customizable in-game, while some figures will have moving parts so that they can be played with out-of-game as well.
A short trailer was released to accompany the announcement, though you’ll have to skip through most of it before you’ll see any gameplay:
Twenty new characters and twenty vehicles will be made available, and all previous Skylanders characters will be compatible with the new rides. Skylanders SuperChargers is set to burn rubber (er … plastic?) on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Wii U and iPad on September 20, with a Starter Pack costing $74.99. Unique versions of the game are also slated to arrive on Wii and 3DS on the same date.