‘Lego Worlds’ Release Date, News & Update: Video Game Has been Launched by LEGO: Inspired or Is It A Minecraft Clone? [GAMEPLAY]
After the beta release for Windows last year, the "LEGO Worlds" game will finally be officially released next year. Considered a clone of the iconic Minecraft, the game captivated players with a dynamic and fun game system based on the world of famous LEGO toys.
With the beta being made available on Steam in July 2015, however, developer TT Games has not reported a specific game release date for the consoles. This week, Warner Bros. Interactive, distributor of the game, confirmed that "LEGO Worlds" officially arrives on February 24, 2017, for Microsoft Windows, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
"LEGO Worlds" follows basically the same concept of Minecraft, that is, the player will have complete freedom to explore And build grandiose scenes, collect items, tackle enemies, and customize the character with a range of cool accessories.
During the journey inside "LEGO Worlds," you will also be able to interact with other characters and find secret items, which can serve as special tools in buildings. There are even unusual levels where the player needs, for example, to survive a zombie attack, and protect a farmer.
With the great reception that the beta version of "LEGO Worlds" had in recent months, the official announcement of the company was imminent. Minecraft continues to be one of the most popular titles in the open world category, Mojang's game, which is currently owned by Microsoft, presented an innovative game mechanic and success was inevitable.
Given the great popularity of the title, several similar games began to appear in the market, although none is considered a rival to the height. By all accounts, "LEGO Worlds" can be a watershed for the current generation, and may end up snatching some fans of Minecraft next year. However, the true Minecraft lovers will notice the difference of both's quickly.
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