'LEGO Worlds' Release Is In March 7, Not Feb. 21; Nintendo Switch Version Confirmed
LEGO fans are looking forward to "LEGO Worlds", which was supposed to be released this month. However, the latest official news says the game will not make it this February and will have a release date in March.
Game developer Traveller's Tale took it to the PlayStation Blog to announce and explain the delay of the upcoming LEGO open world game. Chris Rose, the associate producer, said that the development team requires additional time to make refinements to the game, iDigital Times reported.
Rose added that the studio is still not 100 percent satisfied with the outcome of a few things, and will take the additional time to make things better. "However, with many late nights for our dev team, we're now happy to move ahead and make sure that the release is up to the standard our Early Access players, and ourselves, expect it to be," the associate producer said.
As mentioned earlier, fans who have supported the game while it was in the Early Access stage will receive a small token from the developer. These players will receive an exclusive headgear that they can use to customize their LEGO characters. Players who participated during the early stages of the game will also be able to have a free copy of the game soundtrack.
The "LEGO Worlds" is similar to the "Minecraft" game. It is a sand-box game, which will let players build whatever they could think off with building blogs made out of, what else but LEGO, Gamespot added.
Warner Bros, the game publisher, previously mentioned that it would become available by Feb. 21. Additionally, a Nintendo Switch version is also confirmed to be in the works, although no release date have been mentioned so far.
"LEGO Worlds" is now scheduled for released on March 7 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Watch the "LEGO Worlds announcement trailer:
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