Lego Worlds coming to the Xbox One early next year
Lego Worlds is the multiplayer sandbox title that was rolled out for Steam Early Access back in June 2015. At that time, prospective players were allowed to buy its early build and reserve its final form for £11.99.
This title will be joined by LEGO City: Undercover and the recently released Lego: DC Super Heroes Mighty Micros.
LEGO Worlds features customizable, procedurally-generated biospheres made entirely of LEGO bricks, completed with pre-built kit structures, a full day/night cycle, treasures and in-game secrets. The game LEGO World is far different from typical Traveller’s Tales’ adventures. It is not a fixed campaign based on a single licensed theme but more of a Minecraft-like sandbox based around erecting landscapes and structures.
What makes this game so interactive is its wide range of LEGO-built, weapons and vehicles, be it a massive spaceship, a fierce dragon (well, as fierce as a LEGO dragon can look), a zapping car or a drilling vessel. Players can hop in and travel around the LEGO built realm, combating brick-made foes and avoiding obstacles to complete challenges.
As a multiplayer title, players can also share each other’s creations with each other. Also, they can cooperatively build in either split-screen or online multiplayer.
“In LEGO Worlds, players will go on an exciting journey to become a Master Builder, in an open-world made completely of LEGO-built environments,” said Jonathan Smith, head of production at TT Games. “Whether customizing characters, exploring in vehicles, building structures, or discovering an expansive range of items, characters and creatures throughout the worlds, there’s the freedom to create anything imaginable.”
Xbox One Release
LEGO Worlds underwent development during its Early Access period. Just recently, the game was officially slated to launch on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One on February 24.
Moreover, Warner Bros. has also just announced their first LEGO Worlds DLC pack. Named LEGO Agents, the pack will launch first on PS4 with a 90-day exclusivity period.
Have a look at its exciting trailer:
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