Just a few days ago we talked about LEGO FUSION, which combines virtual play and building with real LEGO elements (see full press release with details here: LEGO FUSION – Blending Real & Digital Worlds). There has been a lot of interest in this new way to play, so I thought to share with you some updates. LEGO FUSION now has a dedicated official website, and also LEGO released a preview video introducing the four upcoming LEGO FUSION sets that will be released later this year. 🙂
For your reference, the four sets will be #21204 LEGO FUSION Town Master based on LEGO City, #21205 LEGO FUSION Battle Towers based on LEGO Castle, #21206 LEGO FUSION Create & Race based on LEGO Racers, and #21208 LEGO FUSION Resort Designer based on LEGO Friends.
As you can see in the video-preview above, In #21204 LEGO FUSION Town Master you rule your town and create it the way you want by building with real LEGO bricks that come alive on your smartphone or tablet. In #21025 LEGO FUSION Battle Towers you build your battle tower with real LEGO bricks, then defend it on your smartphone or tablet in an unpredictable virtual world when invaders attack. In #21206 LEGO FUSION Create & Race you design, build and drive your virtual car creations made with real LEGO bricks. Top the leaderboard and race for glory on your smartphone or tablet. In #21208 LEGO FUSION Resort Designer you help the LEGO Friends build a dream summer resort with real LEGO bricks and see it come to life on your smartphone or tablet.
As I have mentioned LEGO FUSION now also has a dedicated website which went live just a few days ago. Not much info yet, but you can see the same preview videos as I showed you above, and also some preliminary information about the upcoming sets. You can visit the website here to look around yourself: LEGO FUSION website
What do you think? How do you like LEGO FUSION based on what you have seen so far? Is this something you are interested to try out? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below! Would love to hear what you think about this! 😉
And you might also like to check out the following related posts: