LEGO Worlds’ draw distance will be improved on Switch
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LEGO Worlds’ latest update on Switch wasn’t exactly the best. In an attempt to improve performance, TT Games severely pulled back on the game’s draw distance.
Many players weren’t happy with the change. Thankfully, the team has listened to feedback, and the situation will be addressed. A patch is already being sent off to improve draw distance while also adding the Monsters DLC pack. TT Games is also committed to further improving draw distance while maintaining stability.
Here’s the latest news update from TT Games:
LEGO Worlds update out now on Switch
A new LEGO Worlds update is being delivered to Switch players. Since we don’t have patch notes at the moment, we only have player reports to go off of. The update supposedly implements online play, updates the icon, and makes optimizations. We’ll let you know if we receive any additional details about the patch.
[Review] LEGO Worlds
Posted on 1 month ago by Jakob Vujovic(@jakovujo) in Reviews, Switch | 9 Comments | 0 Likes
Release date: September 5, 2017
Developer: TT Games
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive
Minecraft stole the market for the kind of LEGO game that as a kid, I, and I’m sure many others dreamed of. LEGO was my go-to toy, but those bricks are expensive. It only takes one missing piece or one wrong brick color to throw a whole construction project off. At least for a kid who was a little too detail obsessed.
LEGO Worlds dev on future update plans, how long the Switch version took to make, more
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One of the developers from TT Games stopped by Reddit today to answer questions about LEGO Worlds. What’s to come for updates, development time for the Switch version, and more were discussed.
Here’s a quick recap:
– Additional feature the team is hoping to discuss soon
– Adhoc / LAN multiplayer this year
– Next patch will add online multiplayer, improve performance
– Decided against IP tie-ins to keep LEGO Worlds apart from other games
– Will add more LEGO-exclusive IPs
– Will be adding an automatic house builder called the “Planner”
– Team will add feature updates and improve existing ones like menus and the way tools behave
– “Survivor” game mode planned
– Easier to port to Switch than other consoles since most of the work was already done when the game was ported to other consles
– Gyroscopic aiming controls will be considered
– Took about five months to make the Switch versions
– More biomes likely to be added
– No demo planned
– Working on a way to creating things and then being able to download other people’s creations
If you’re interested, you can find the full Reddit AMA here.
LEGO Worlds – Classic Space DLC footage on Switch
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Alongside the actual launch of LEGO Worlds this week, Warner Bros. has also released the Classic Space DLC on Nintendo’s console. Get a look at some footage below.
LEGO Worlds Switch launch trailer
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LEGO Worlds is out today on Switch. Warner Bros. has published the official launch trailer, available for viewing below.
22 minutes of LEGO Worlds Switch footage
Ahead of LEGO Worlds’ launch on Switch tomorrow, a lengthy gameplay video has come in showing 22 minutes of footage. Watch it below.
LEGO Worlds Switch file size
The lineup of LEGO games on Switch is expanding next week with LEGO Worlds. Warner Bros. is publishing the game on September 5.
If you plan on downloading the game, you’ll need 2.0GB of space, according to an eShop listing. You can also purchase a physical copy from retailers as well.
Source: Switch eShop
LEGO Worlds’ physical release on Switch will also include Monsters DLC
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The physical version of LEGO Worlds on Switch will offer two pieces of DLC. We previously heard about the Classic Space Pack. Today, Warner Bros. confirmed that “Monsters” is the other DLC.
Here are a few details:
The Monsters Pack adds Monster Town, a peculiar place full of scary quests, terrifying creatures, haunted houses and ghastly vehicles sure to send chills down players’ spines. In Monster Town, Halloween is celebrated every day! But delinquent zombies are taking their trick-or-treating a bit too seriously. Players must use their LEGO brick building skills to repair the damage and scare away the zombies with tricks of their own.
LEGO Worlds is due out for Switch on September 5 in North America and September 8 in Europe. The Monsters DLC will begin distribution in October along with other platforms. For the digital version of LEGO Worlds, the game will be priced a bit cheaper, but the DLC will be sold separately.
Source: Warner Bros. Interactive PR
LEGO Worlds launches for Switch on September 5 in North America, September 8 in Europe
Posted on 2 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 4 Comments | 0 Likes
LEGO Worlds has secured an official release date for Switch. Retailers had hinted at an early September launch, which Warner Bros. has now confirmed.
In North America, LEGO Worlds will be available for Switch on September 5. The European release will follow on September 8.