Lego Brawls is a mobile platform fighter featuring four-player vs. four-player multiplayer with the aim of controlling the center of the map until your team’s color is full. Lego Brawls also has a training and party mode. Lego Brawls lets the user design their own “hero” with their own weapons and power-ups. As the player progresses, he or she will be awarded mystery boxes that contain either a cosmetic or a combat aspect. Lego Brawls, which was announced on June 18, will be released later this year for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.
Lego Brawls will support cross-platform play and 4v4 parties. The game also includes a battle royale-style game option in which each player is on their own. Several multiplayer game variants also imply difficult stages and distinct victory criteria. “Dream up the best Minifigure brawlers and smash your way through all of your favorite Lego themes in the first-team action brawler based in the Lego world,” says the shop description. “Play with pals at home or across the globe to see how you compare against the competition.”
“From the swashbuckling sands of Barracuda Bay to the waterlogged tunnels of Ninjago Seabound to a dusty old west saloon and the legendary Monkie Kid jungle, all of your favorite Lego themes are Brawlable!” Collect unlockable Minifigures, power-ups, and emotes along the journey.” Players will also be able to create their own Lego Minifigure hero from a variety of unique elements. In September 2019, Lego Brawlers debuted exclusively for Apple Arcade for iOS devices.
Epic Games and the Lego Group announced cooperation in April to “create a space for youngsters to play in the metaverse.” The firms want to form long-term cooperation and will “work together to create an immersive, artistically stimulating, and engaging digital experience for kids of all ages to enjoy together.” LEGO Brawls will provide much more customization than Nintendo’s offering, with players able to acquire various Minifigures as well as powerups and LEGO elements to construct unique warriors. The venues are modeled on popular LEGO sets such as Ninjago Seabound, Barracuda Bay, a Wild West Saloon, and Monkie Kid Jungle. The Minifigure Smash Bros-style fighting game has got a new trailer, which you can see below.
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LEGO Brawls will feature cross-platform play, with players competing to climb the worldwide leaderboards. Of course, there is also offline multiplayer. Up to eight players may battle against each other locally on Switch and Xbox systems, whilst four players can fight against each other on PS4 and PS5. Bandai Namco will also provide seasonal and limited-time events to offer players extra stuff to earn and utilize in their builds and brawls to keep things interesting.