I haven’t written much about LEGO Worlds lately, probably because I’m not really a big fan of the game. However, when TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive previously announced the game’s expansion, which includes a paid Classic Space DLC, I felt that the folks behind the development of LEGO Worlds are onto something. Now this feeling has been confirmed when, a few days ago, TT Games have announced yet another DLC pack just in time for Halloween. The LEGO Worlds Monsters Pack is now available as a paid download across various gaming consoles and platforms. I couldn’t help but think that TT Games and Warner Bros. Interactive has their sights on adding plenty of elements coming from some of LEGO’s highly popular retired themes.
Whether it is from the Classic Space theme, or that from the Monster Fighters, seeing your favorite sets from the yesteryears come to life inside LEGO Worlds is really exciting.
Check out the LEGO Worlds Monsters Pack official trailer below, followed by its full press release as announced last Thursday.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, TT Games and The LEGO Group announced that Monsters, a new downloadable themed content pack for LEGO Worlds, is available today for $3.99. The Monsters Pack adds Monster Town, a peculiar place full of scary quests, terrifying creatures, haunted houses and ghastly vehicles, where 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.
Players that purchase a physical version LEGO Worlds for Nintendo Switch, priced at $39.99, will also get the Monsters Pack, plus the Classic Space Pack which was released in July. The digital version, priced at $29.99, includes the base game with the DLC available separately on the eShop. Both premium DLC packs will be available on all other platforms.
Also available is a free game update which adds a host of exciting new features to make building and exploring easier and more fun. Aspiring directors can now create their own thrilling action sequences with the Camera Car, a vehicle that can be utilized by either one or two players. It is everything a player would need to set up epic action sequences or possibly re-create favorite movie scenes.
The game update adds new tools such as The Planner designed to build LEGO structures faster. Players can use the various materials and pre-built wall types to get their new buildings underway with ease. Existing tools have also received significant upgrades to maximize players enjoyment within the game. The Discovery Menu has revised search functionality making it easier for players to find what they are looking for, while new shapes in the Landscape Tool improve how players edit their Worlds. There are also major updates to the Copy Tool, Galaxy Map, Waypoints and other features enhancing the overall LEGO Worlds experience.
LEGO Worlds, a galaxy of imaginative worlds made of digital LEGO bricks where players can explore, discover and create together, is currently available for PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, STEAM, and Nintendo Switch.