Just in time for everything to be getting all spooky, Lego Worlds releases its new Monster DLC pack, featuring the creepiest people, places and things made from colorful plastic brick. Let’s take a spin around Monster World.
Don’t let the shoddy console-grabbed screenshot fool you. Lego Worlds is out on Nintendo Switch this week, and it looks and plays as well as the other console versions, with the added benefit of portability. Exploring is great on the go, but I’d recommend TV mode for precision building.
Sandbox Lego building game or marketing tool? Why not both? In honor of the September 22 release of The Lego Ninjago Movie, Lego Worlds is adding a bunch of Ninjago characters and building sets as free DLC next month.
Sandbox building adventure Lego Worlds gets its first expansion today, taking players into the classic Space setting, where millions of Lego fans have gone before. It’s all good futuristic fun, even the moon spiders.
Now that the game save-eating bug issues seem to be behind us, it’s time for Lego Worlds to do happier things, like announcing a Switch version for the fall and a content expansion that explores one of the oldest and most beloved themes in the toy line’s history, Lego Space.
While neither console version of Lego Worlds has been performing particularly well since the game’s launch, Xbox One players have been dealing with a particularly nasty bug that’s been irreparably damaging save files since mid-March.
Before you start building your own worlds in Lego’s answer to Minecraft, you’ve got to learn the roles and earn some gold bricks. Let’s take a look at the opening moments of Lego Worlds.
Lego Worlds launches on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One today, slipping out of early access on PC as well. It’s pretty much Lego Minecraft, where players can join together online and build all the Lego stuff their little Lego hearts can dream up.
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Even in its unfinished state, Lego Worlds is a game that inspires wonder. What sorts of marvelous things might we find in its universe today?
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I’ve spent a couple of hours in Lego Worlds this week, and I am absolutely loving it. The main reason? There are a ton of things and creatures lying around, all of which you can ride with the press of a button.
How much delight can one pack into five minutes? Watch and learn.
The best way to describe Minecraft is as “digital LEGO,” so I guess it was inevitable that LEGO would make their own version too.