'Lego Worlds' Latest News & Update: Sandbox Game Will Be Available On PS4, Xbox One Soon, Just Like Minecraft?
Players often thought that "Minecraft" is just like a virtual "Lego" playset that allows them to make all things that are limited to their imagination. In 2015, Lego decided to do something similar called "Lego Worlds" and revealed the game to be released on Steam Early Access. Finally, the release date for PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Steam is announced to be on Feb. 24, 2017.
The game will debut next year in Europe and it will be compatible on PS4, PC and Xbox One. "Lego Words" will sell for $15 on PC according to Gamespot. However, there is no specific amount released by Warner Bros for other consoles.
Furthermore, "Lego Agents", a DLC pack is set to launch too. It will include numerous characters, new weapons and vehicles coming from "Lego Agents" physical toys. It will be initially released on PS4 exclusively for 90 days.
"Lego Worlds" is a sandbox game and was launched in June 2015 including a small fanfare. Players have the chance to control building whatever they like as the game is made up of "Lego" bricks. The developer of "Lego Worlds" is Lego series Travellers Tales. In "Lego Worlds", the player is allowed to explore, create and discover the world that is made up fully of Lego Bricks according to Video Gamer.
The players are considered as the master builders. The setting of the game is a Lego-built environment. The players are free to create anything they want. The "Lego World" will not focus on a typical Lego Game. The game is all about freely crafting whatever the player envisions.
The current game has 89 percent of gamer's entries. It is presumed that the soon to be released game will become the biggest game in the early year of 2017. In North America, "Lego Worlds" will be released on Jan. 21, 2017. The President of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment David Haddad stated that a new expansion of "Lego World" is coming next year. It embodies a lot of fun in building a physical Lego brick and it will combine unlimited creativity.
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