New LEGO Worlds On Nintendo Switch Trailer!

A new trailer has dropped formally announcing LEGO Worlds on the Nintendo Switch, available both digitally on the Nintendo eShop & physically in retailers everywhere! To show off the that Switch is getting LEGO Worlds, the team built an actual Nintendo Switch out of LEGO in game and it looks awesome! (Hope this gets added to the game in the Brick Build Showcase!)



The physical copy of the game will be $39.99 in retail stores and will include the Classic Space & Monsters DLC for free, alternatively you can pick up the digital copy from the Nintendo eShop for $10 cheaper, but the $29.99 price tag will not include any DLC, you will need to purchase them separately for $3.99 each. (Digital + paying for each DLC is the cheapest way to go unless you’re a member of discount clubs like Amazon Prime or Gamer’s Club Unlocked!)

The game will arrive to the Switch on September 5th but is available for pre-order now!


Check out the full press release below from WB Games:

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group
released a teaser trailer in anticipation of the LEGO Worlds Nintendo
Switch launch on September 5. Pre-orders are currently available for
both the physical and digital versions.

The physical version, priced at $39.99, will include two bonus packs
of premium DLC, Classic Space, released in July, and the upcoming
Monsters pack, which will be available in October. The digital
version, priced at $29.99, includes the base game with the DLC
available separately on the eShop. Both premium DLC packs will be
available on all other platforms as well at $3.99 each.

LEGO Worlds is a galaxy of imaginative worlds made of digital LEGO
bricks where players can explore, discover and create together. The
game is currently available for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment
system, Xbox One, and STEAM.

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