You can now start building with LEGO Worlds on Xbox One
Warner Bros. Interactive announced back in November that it would roll out LEGO Worlds in February to the Xbox One. Although quite late, the game has now officially arrived for Xbox users complete with virtual plastic blocks to create galaxies of LEGO worlds.
That means you can now create your own LEGO world. Here is the game’s official description on its Windows Store listing:
EXPLORE. DISCOVER. CREATE. LEGO Worlds is an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds made entirely of LEGO bricks which you can freely manipulate and dynamically populate with LEGO models. Create anything you can imagine one brick at a time, or use large-scale landscaping tools to create vast mountain ranges and dot your world with tropical islands. Drop in prefabricated structures to build and customize any world to your liking. Explore using helicopters, dragons, motorbikes or even gorillas and unlock treasures that enhance your gameplay. Watch your creations come to life through characters and creatures that interact with you and each other in unexpected ways. In LEGO Worlds, anything is possible!
The game’s capabilities include Multiplayer Local for up to two players, co-op online, online multiplayer for up to two players, and oo-op local. LEGO Worlds is one of the popular games for those seeking to build things without painfully stepping on them by mistake. The game currently holds a high rating among game critics. Watch the trailer below to get a glimpse of LEGO Worlds.
LEGO Worlds works in much the same way as Minecraft, though you have to use plastic blocks of various sizes and colors instead of pixelated ones. Imagination is the limit to creating your own LEGO universe. You can purchase and download LEGO Worlds from Windows Store for $29.99 or $49.95 with GST.
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