LEGO Worlds Unleashed on Our World

Posted on 08 Mar 2017 by
L Coulsen

Because LEGO Dimensions was…a thing or something, now we have LEGO Worlds, which gives you all the LEGO you could ever want, and lets you go build…stuff, then invite people to come visit and see the massive, throbbing pink di…uh, dinosaur in the middle of the town square.

There are also story missions to embark on, which will undoubtedly unlock new LEGO pieces and give you examples of what the game is capable of, and we should probably expect some kind of user generated mission mode somewhere along the way, even if it’s done purely as a creative use of level design.

So if you like LEGO games, and never had enough to make anything worthwhile as a kid with real LEGO’s (apart from that giant Galvatron I once put together somehow) then this just might be the game for you, me and well…everyone else, who doesn’t like LEGO!?


Official Press Release

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO® Group today announced that LEGO® Worlds, a galaxy of imaginative worlds made of digital LEGO bricks where players can explore, discover and create together, will be available in the UK on the 10th of March for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, and STEAM. Developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, LEGO Worlds will be available for Nintendo Switch™ later this year.

In LEGO Worlds, players embark on a creative adventure to become a Master Builder and uncover hidden treasures in environments that range from fun to the fantastical, where worlds come to life with a dizzying variety of vehicles and creatures – from gingerbread men riding elephants to cavewomen scaring polar bears, to swamp police helicopters, hot air balloons and arctic snow scooters. Gamers can embark on a quest to become a Master Builder by helping other LEGO characters along the way – find a sword for an Egyptian Queen, protect a fisherman from a giant troll invasion, or build a home for a cyclops. Environments and creations are brought to life in any way fans can imagine, either by building brick by brick, placing down enormous prebuilt LEGO structures, or by using wondrous tools that let them paint and shape the landscape. LEGO Worlds’ online multiplayer functionality allows players to explore each other’s worlds together and engage in cooperative and competitive play experiences that players can build themselves.

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