Even in a year as excellent for gaming as 2023 has been, there have been more than a few disappointing releases.
LEGO 2K Drive is an uneven experience. There's fun to be had here, but not without caveats.
Here's what you should know about Visual Concepts' upcoming open world racer.
Each Season offers 100 levels to grind with new drivers and cosmetics to unlock. Premium upgrades provide even more, like new vehicles.
Some heavy hitters are coming this month, but plenty of remakes and sequels also await. Here's what you can look forward to.
The retail release of LEGO 2K Drive on the Nintendo Switch won't include a game cartridge, it has been confirmed.
"We all want this to be a multi-year arc. We want there to be a Drive 2, 3, 4 and 5," says executive producer Mark Pierce.
"There are collaborations that are coming down the line, as we get to post-launch, that are very impressive," says executive producer Mark Pierce.
It's been confirmed that players will have the option to purchase in-game items with currency that will have to be purchased using real money.
The triple-A, open-world driving adventure retails for $69.99 on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S and $59.99 on Switch, previous-gen consoles, and PC.
Reports have claimed that the title will be an open world racing game developed by NBA studio Visual Concepts.
Rumours indicate that a racing game titled LEGO 2K Drive is currently under development with WWE 2K22 developer Visual Concepts.