Lego City: Undercover Walkthrough

Table of Contents

  • Chapter 1: New Faces and Old Enemies
  • Chapter 2: Blast From the Past
  • Chapter 3: Go Directly to Jail
  • Chapter 4: When the Going Gets Tough…
  • Chapter 5: Undercover
  • Chapter 6: All in the Family
  • Chapter 7: One Small Job for Chan
  • Chapter 8: The Rescue
  • Chapter 9: Bringing Home the Bacon
  • Chapter 10: Back on the Case
  • Chapter 11: The Proof of the Pudding is in the Meeting
  • Chapter 12: The Con in Constructions
  • Chapter 13: Secrets
  • Chapter 14: Savings and Loans
  • Chapter 15: Far Above the Call of Duty
  • Auburn Bay Bridge / Fort Meadows Diner

    1. Answer the next call the comes in to receive a new objective and commandeer the nearest vehicle to drive to the Auburn Bay Bridge, then pass through the police shield icon in the road to activate a cut scene.
    2. Afterwards, continue on foot to reach the diner nearby and pass through the police shield icon out front to speak with the owner.
    3. Approach the broken gas pumps on the right to rebuild them and acquire a Super Brick from the owner, then move into the nearby scanning indicator to reveal the hidden path of prints and follow them behind the building.
    4. Continue following the prints to locate another Super Brick inside the ice chest and approach the Call-in Point by the billboards to purchase the Super Build, then watch the construction unfold in front of you and collect the bricks that appear to unlock the Trooper.
    5. Use the call-in point’s control panel and the gamepad to have a new vehicle dropped in, then enter the jeep to receive your next objective and follow the trail of green studs that appears to drive to Bluebell National Park.

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    3 Comments on Lego City: Undercover Walkthrough

    Michael

    On March 18, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    This game needs Coop and multiplayer like the rest of the lego games for me to buy it.

    Wim

    On April 14, 2013 at 11:43 am

    Yes, it needs Coop, but it is so much fun on it’s own, you will mis out when not buying

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    On May 25, 2013 at 4:57 pm

    I’d give it a 10 out of 10 rating