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Lego Worlds launching 24 February in South Africa

The recently announced (at least for console) Lego Worlds will be making its way over to South Africa on 24 February.

While Minecraft has been popular for years and is often thought of as the open-world Lego game, it seems the Danish brick company has other plans. The new title is their own answer to Minecraft and will allow users to build almost anything they can imagine (as long as Lego manufactures the specific pieces, of course).

It is currently in early access on Steam for R159. Once the final game is released, users will be able to upgrade to the full version for free.

What’s interesting about the announcement is the price. The game will have an RRP of R499.99, which is already R300 cheaper than the last standard Lego game released, The Force Awakens — excluding Lego Dimensions.

Lego Worlds will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Author Bio

Graham van der Made: Staff Reporter
Graham started out as an electronics manager at Take2 Home Entertainment and went on to spend a further ten years in the South African ecommerce industry. During this time, Graham founded and managed an online geek and hobby shop. He has always had a passion for writing and has contributed... More