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It looks like Lego Worlds, a Minecraft-like open world game currently in development at TT Games, will also be released for the Nintendo Switch. Replying to a fan on Twitter yesterday, TT’s Arthur Parsons confirmed the game will be released for Nintendo’s next console, alongside the previously-announced Lego City Undercover:
@jamievere currently we have announced that we are planning to release LEGO City and LEGO Worlds on switch
— arthur parsons (@arthur_parsons) January 23, 2017
Lego Worlds will be released for the PC, PS4, and Xbox One on February 21. A release date for the Switch version has yet to be revealed.
Lego Worlds is currently available in Early Access for the PC, but WB Games recently announced that the full version of the game will launch on February 21, 2017.
Console players will be happy to learn the open world adventure game will also be released for the PS4 and Xbox One on the same day. In addition to its console debut, a special Agents DLC Pack (featuring new characters, vehicles, weapons, and more from the Agents line) will be available exclusively on the PS4 for a limited time.
In Lego Worlds, players uncover hidden treasures in environments that range from fun to the fantastical, where worlds come to life with a dizzying variety of vehicles and creatures – from cowboys riding giraffes to vampires scaring Yetis, to steamrollers, racing cars, and colossal digging machines. Gamers can embark on a quest to become a Master Builder by helping other Lego characters along the way – find a sword for a king, protect a farmer from a zombie invasion, or build a home for a caveman.
Environments and creations are brought to life in any way fans can imagine, either by building brick by brick, placing down enormous pre-built Lego structures, or by using wondrous tools that let you paint and shape the landscape. Lego Worlds’ online multiplayer functionality allows players to explore each other’s worlds together, create together, and engage in cooperative and competitive play experiences that players can build themselves.
Lego Worlds is in development at TT Games, and the developer’s Jonathan Smith has promised that players will have “the freedom to create anything imaginable” in the game. A new trailer showcasing the many ways players can experience Lego Worlds has been embedded above.