What is Lego Worlds? You’ve probably seen this sandbox, world generation title and thought it to be a Minecraft clone but with Lego assets. Fortunately, there’s a lot more to know about TT Games’ latest brick-building creation and even more to discover. Lego Worlds is currently on Steam Early Access but will arrive on March 7th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One (besides heading to the Switch in the future). Here are 15 things to know before you buy it.
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Biomes with Unique Characteristics
Much like Minecraft, Lego Worlds sports a variety of different biomes with differing flora, fauna, props and much more. There’s the ocean, the Mesa, the Desert (where you can actually discover Pyramids), Volcanoes, Rainforests and more. It certainly fits into the exploration motif of the game rather well especially when you consider the number of forests and grassland varieties available (not including the blends).