Netflix gaming coming to E3 2019: Stranger Things and more

Netflix gaming coming to E3 2019: Stranger Things and more

Such as Lego, which has launched a set featuring the Byers' house, where the real world sits up top while The Upside Down lurks below. Today, Netflix original Stranger Things has been added to the LEGO game in a massive way. You get the house's front façade, but in the back are multiple rooms, including Will's bedroom.

In a no-brainer toy tie-in, Netflix and Lego are introducing a "Stranger Things" playset: a recreation of the Byers' house that flips over to reveal the dim underworld of the Upside Down.

Will Byers' bedroom is even faithfully replicated, where you'll spot his boombox, bed, desk, desk lamp, drawings and movie posters all in place.

The Stranger Things LEGO set will be available starting June 1, 2019 (or on May 15 for LEGO VIP members), and it will cost you $199.99.

More news: Game Of Thrones TV creators to direct next Star Wars
More news: Love The Position We're In: Trump On China Amid Trade Dispute
More news: Attorney general picks prosecutor to investigate FBI's Trump inquiry

The dining room includes an armchair, boxes that store Christmas lights, fantasy game rule book stickered element and a potted plant.

The Upside Down set captures the look and feel from the Netflix original series, including creepy vines, dark colouring and a dilapidated look. Lucas, Dustin, and Mike all come with flashlights, walkie talkies, and individual accessories like a slingshot or a compass.

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. With elaborate sets housing pieces in the thousands, many beloved franchises have received the "LEGO Treatment", from Harry Potter to the Avengers.

This Stranger Things collectable 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.

Related Articles