LEGO Group and Warner Bros. Interactive teamed up last year to create their very own competitor to Minecraft, the popular game created by Mojang which is now owned by Microsoft. The companies announced this game in November last year and after a delay, it has finally been released today for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via steam. It has been developed by Traveller’s Tales, the same studio behind the LEGO Star Wars series of games.

The game provides players with an open environment of procedurally-generated Worlds that are made entirely of LEGO bricks which they can freely manipulate and also dynamically populate with LEGO models. If that sounds familiar that’s because it’s quite similar to how Minecraft works. LEGO Worlds has local and online multiplayer features as well.

Players will also have the ability to explore these Worlds made from LEGOs by using a wide variety of “vehicles” that range from gorillas, dragons to more conventional means like motorbikes and helicopters.

The aforementioned online multiplayer mode only enables players to play with one other friend right now but the developer is looking at the possibility of extending the mode to allow four online players to play simultaneously.

You can check out the announcement trailer for this game above. LEGO Worlds is now available for purchase on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC for $29.99.

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