LEGO Worlds releases on Steam early access

    
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Since Minecraft more or less ripped off the very concept of playing with LEGOs, why not return the favor? That seems to be the premise of LEGO Worlds, a new title by TT Games that released on Steam early access today.

Players will get to explore, mold, and exploit virtual worlds made of LEGO bricks. There’s a heavy emphasis on player-created and -shared content, and a familiar jagged block environment that should help ease players over from that “other” title.

Currently the feature list for the early access build is small and doesn’t contain the anticipated online multiplayer component, the studio says that it has grand plans to rapidly expand over the next year before launching in 2016. To get a taste of LEGO Worlds, you’ll need to pony up $15 for the privilege. The studio says that it expects the price will go up in the future.

Source: Steam
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JakeDunnegan
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agemyth JakeDunnegan Ahh.. yes, that can be restrictive – however, it still hasn’t held any of those games (and many others) from being wildly successful. Just probably not all that much of a draw for most of the people on this particular website, however.  ;) But making the devs a ton of money and being interesting to play in the long term for readers of MOP can be mutually exclusive. :)

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blackcatcrosses Reihen Not a single one.

blackcatcrosses
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Reihen There are a number of those already.

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McSleaz For now. Multiplayer is on the planned feature list.

McSleaz
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Steam says this game is only single player :(

Llokki
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dorn2 Optimization isn’t the best at the moment. While I haven’t run into any problems myself, there are many reports of crashing and terrible fps for some. I’m fairly confident they’ll be able to iron that stuff out though.

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MikeMinier “Lego money(can’t remember what it is called)”
Looks the same as the other Lego games, so it’d be studs.

Llokki
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Reihen Leilonii Didn’t Lego Universe die years ago?

Llokki
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Since we’re getting technical here, there would be no apostrophe for the plural since that is showing either a contraction of “Lego is” or establishing it as a possessive ;-)
And you can’t really use “common vernacular” as an argument. Vernacular is the popular way of saying something, not necessarily the right way.

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agemyth 
Actually the plural of Lego is Lego’s. Things like that are decided by common vernacular.  Some schmuck worrying about his registered trademark can’t change that.