Lego Worlds, an open-ended, third-person Minecraft look-a-like published by Warner Bros. and developed by Traveller’s Tales, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox.
According to the developer team, the game will be both leaving Early Access and coming to console in February of next year. Though, players who purchased the game while in Early Access will be “be receiving a little something from [the devs] on Launch day.”
Lego Worlds launched on PC in Early Access in June of last year for $15. No pricing for either the full PC release or the console versions of the game was announced, though it’s not unlikely to assume the price will somewhat from its prerelease price tag.
Traveller’s Tales also announced a DLC pack entitled “Lego Agents,” which features various weapons, characters, and vehicles inspired Lego’s Agents toy line. The Lego Agents pack will be exclusive to the PlayStation 4 for its first 90 days after release.
Lego Worlds promises procedurally generated worlds made of Lego bricks where players can adventure, seek treasures, discover secrets, and build to their heart’s content.
While the game hasn’t made many headlines, based on nearly 8,000 Steam user reviews the general consensus among gamers is “very positive.” And video games in the Lego universe have traditionally been well received, with the most entry, Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens, receiving scores in the high 70s.
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This post was originally written by Ruben Circelli.