LEGO Worlds Halloween DLC Brings Tricks and Treats
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, The LEGO Group, and TT Games have announced several new updates for LEGO Worlds that will treat you to some new tricks.
The first arrives just in time for All Hallows’ Eve, as Monsters invade the Worlds of LEGO!
This trip down to Monster Town will cost you $3.99, allowing you to partake in scary quests, face (and perhaps flee from) creatures most terrifying, and speed past haunted houses in ghoulish vehicles. Just watch out for delinquent zombies, who are only to happy to treat themselves to your plastic yellow flesh! You’ll have to be extra-tricky to scare them off so you can repair their damage as only a Master Builder can.
And of course, while Halloween may come only once a year, you can enjoy this Monster Pack year-round.
Incidentally, if you decide to go in on the Nintendo Switch version at retail for $39.99, you’ll receive the Monster Pack as well as the previously-released Classic Space Pack, whereas the digital version found for $29.99 in the Nintendo eShop has it available separately, and it’s available for purchase on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam versions.
Next up is a free update which allows you to create and film your videos with the new Camera Car:
One or two players can make use of the vehicle, creating original action scenes or remaking favorite film moments in LEGO style.
Other new features added are covered in this video:
Among the highlights detailed in the press release are The Planner, which allows players to use various materials and pre-built wall types to build their LEGO structures faster and easier than before, while other tools have been upgraded “significantly” so that players’ enjoyment will be maximized. Revised search functionality should help make the Discovery Menu easier to navigate, and new shapes in the Landscape Tool should help improve how players edit their worlds.
If you’re interested in more about the game itself, at least as it initially launched, be sure to check out my review here.
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