The current-gen port was announced back in November, but this is the first footage we’ve seen.
The game was originally released for the Wii U back in 2013, and is generally regarded as one of the better Lego games, giving you an open world to explore and a genuinely funny story to work your way through.
The original game also made use of the Wii U gamepad fairly extensively, though, so it’ll be interesting to see how this new version works around that.
It’s possible that more details – or just some new footage – will be shown during the Switch presentation today. This is one of a handful of third-party games currently announced for the system.
The game is due in ‘Spring’, so we should see it on shelves sometime between March and May.