For the first time ever, parents may tell their kids to put down their Legos, so they can play with their Legos. Lego Worlds is heading out of Steam Early Access and onto the PS4 on February 24, 2017. It has some Minecraftian elements, such as the ability to build whatever you want out of blocks, but this is Lego, baby! Players will be able to use vehicles to move around, and the trailer shows a character riding a giant bird among other interesting modes of transportation.
The game will not have a story, but it does look like it will retain some of the charm from previous titles. You will also have the ability to share your world with others who can help you build, either in splitscreen or online. We appreciate games with the increasingly rare local co-op.
We cannot wait to see what people will build in Lego Worlds along with the YouTube videos that will accompany these amazing creations. We also fully expect for daddy parts to be built within the first week of the game’s launch. C’est la vie.
This will still be the cheapest way to buy this many Legos at one time. Will this be enough to pull you away from the time sink that is Minecraft?