Start building those engines, with LEGO 2K Drive hitting the streets as of right now. The game is out there on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, and PC with Visual Concepts making sure we are behind all of the wheels out there. Just as we should have expected from the racing game we saw was coming. Even if there was not much hype to build it all up to now, in my opinion. My feelings on it all do not matter, though, and we can now get more of our LEGO gameplay on with the title if we so choose. More so with what we now know will be in the game from the last trailer we have to look at.
The interesting part that I am speaking of here for LEGO 2K Drive is that I had no clue that we were going to be getting a full-on story in the mix of the game. Not to the extent that the following trailer lets on to believe now. I was expecting it to be the basic build-a-car-and-then-race-it kind of thing. Now it is seen that is still partially the case, but we will have some heroes and villains in the story. Also, the ability to race in different ways than just on traditional tracks. It looks like there will be boat races and maybe some extra aerial ones too. If the LEGO abduction is anything to take note of. Thankfully, we do not need to wait to see. We can pick the game up as soon as you are done reading all of this.
LEGO 2K Drive — Launch Trailer
LEGO 2K Drive is available now!
Welcome to Bricklandia, home of a massive open-world LEGO driving adventure. Race anywhere, play with anyone, build your dream rides and defeat a cast of wild racing rivals for the coveted Sky Trophy!
LEGO 2K Drive will be the first release in a multi-title partnership between 2K and the LEGO Group to develop AAA LEGO games. With 2K’s proven expertise in creating high-quality and engaging interactive entertainment properties and the LEGO Group’s unprecedented cultural impact, the partnership will evolve the iconic LEGO games experience fans know and love in exciting new ways.
A world-class team at Visual Concepts with deep experience in the genre will bring AAA quality, depth of gameplay, and stunning visuals to a LEGO driving game for the first time. LEGO 2K Drive will combine the best elements of open-world driving and fast-paced competitive racing, while introducing a diverse vehicle customization system.
Additionally, a collaboration with supercar and hypercar company McLaren Automotive will bring the McLaren Solus GT and McLaren F1 LM—just released in a LEGO Speed Champions double-pack set to help celebrate 60 years since McLaren was founded by racer and engineer Bruce McLaren—to the world of Bricklandia, as the cover cars perfectly encapsulate the thrilling, high-octane experience fans can expect in LEGO 2K Drive.
Did you need the reminder that LEGO 2K Drive was about to drop here or did you have that listed for a while now? Were you expecting to have a full story in the mix or did you think it was going to be just another themed racing title as we have seen with some of the other toy IPs? Are you looking forward to racing in the spider boat now that you have seen that in action here? Take it all down to the comments and then feel free to discuss it all as you do wish to do. There is more to come on the site and, maybe, for LEGO 2K Drive too. Keep a close eye on the site for all of that and much, much more.