Build your own LEGO Worlds on Nintendo Switch

Build your own LEGO Worlds on Nintendo Switch

Today, Warner bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group have announced that LEGO Worlds, a universe of imaginative worlds of digital LEGO pebbles that players can explore, discover and build, will be available on the Nintendo Switch tomorrow. The physical version, available for €39.99/$39.99/£39.99, offers access to two premium DLC bonus packages: the recently released Classic Space and the new Monsters package. The digital version, which will be available for €29.99/$29.99/£29.99, contains the basic game, with the DLC available for sale in the eShop for €3.99/$3.99/£3.99 each. Both premium DLC packages are available on all other platforms.

Jonathan Smith, Head of Production at TT Games said that they’re excited to bring the fun and creativity of LEGO Worlds to Nintendo Switch. The game looks great both in TV mode and in handheld mode. It’s really cool not only to build anything you want, but also to play wherever you are!

LEGO Worlds on Nintendo Switch also offers players the exhibition of stone constructions, with a rotating selection of built-in models, including new characters, creatures, vehicles, props and items from thematic LEGO play sets, plus access to regular free updates.   It developed by TT Games and by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment released LEGO Worlds, a universe of imaginative worlds made of digital LEGO bricks that can explore, discover and build together, is also available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC(Steam).

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JasuSakura
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Being over 30 years old, I've been playing videogames since I've exchanged my pacifier for a game controller. I've only recently started reviewing games and it's incredibly fun to do and educational as I get to know a lot of new stuff about videogames and the industry. My favourite game genres are RPG's(strategy RPG, J-RPG,...), adventure, platforming, simulation and retro.

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