The PAW Patrol Movie Ultimate City is the brand’s tallest playset yet, standing at roughly 3 feet. | Source: Spin Master Entertainment

The PAW Patrol crew is heading to the big screen on Aug. 20 in Spin Master Entertainment’s PAW Patrol: The Movie. Spin Master revealed there’s even more puppy goodness coming fans’ way with a new toy collection, available just in time to bring the canine stars right into viewers’ homes.

Kids can recreate the pups’ movie missions and high-stakes rescues with more than 30 new products, including vehicles, playsets, figures, and plush characters. The PAW Patrol movie toy collection pays special attention to the details, including stylized character uniforms and upgraded grills and rims on the vehicles.

One highlighted playset is the 3-foot-tall PAW Patrol Movie Ultimate City ($159.99). Measuring as the tallest tower yet, this playset recreates the pups’ Adventure City headquarters and is packed with interactive features, such as a command center, a vehicle lift, a pup elevator, and more. All six pups and Chase’s Cruiser are included, so kids can place the whole PAW Patrol crew in their meeting den.

Marshall’s Transforming City Fire Truck is a replica of Marshall’s new vehicle in the upcoming movie. | Source: Spin Master Entertainment

Chase and Marshall’s vehicles get an upgrade in the new collection. Marshall’s Transforming City Fire Truck ($54.99) is new and suited for the busy city streets, and a Marshall figure is included and ready to ride in his new truck. New lights and sounds alert pups when Marshall jumps into action by using the fire truck’s new ladder, rescue slide, and water cannon. Chase’s Transforming City Cruiser ($41.99) comes straight from the movie and is upgraded to handle even bigger rescues. The two-in-one vehicle features disc projectiles, lights, and an armor-up transformation.

There are more than 30 new toys in the PAW Patrol movie collection, available for presale on July 15, with a full launch on Aug. 1 at major retailers.

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