LEGO announced yesterday that LEGO Builder’s Journey is now available on PC and Nintendo Switch. Join a father-and-son duo on a journey through an expansive LEGO universe. Details below.
The LEGO Group is taking players on an epic, inspirational experience in LEGO Builder’s Journey, available now on Nintendo Switch and PC. The game follows a father and son on a heartwarming journey through a stunning brick-built universe, filled with geometric puzzles that will surprise and delight players.
“When creating LEGO Builder’s Journey, we were inspired by the new movement of games that focus on the overall experience for gamers,” said Karsten Lund, creative director and head of studio, Light Brick Studio. “We chose to focus on the emotional and evocative aspects of storytelling to spark players’ imaginations, and to encourage them to reflect on the importance of play and creativity in all of our lives.”
In addition to the playful themes sewn seamlessly throughout the narrative, the Light Brick team has designed a world featuring graphical upgrades to further immerse players in the game, including ray-traced ambient occlusion, global illumination, reflections, shadows, and other effects that make bricks feel more tactile and movement more fluid. In the videos below, you can watch a demo of the game as well as an interview with the team who worked on it.
LEGO Builder’s Journey is available now for $19.99 on Steam, the Epic Games Store and the Nintendo eShop. To learn more, please visit LightBrick.com/Builders-Journey
What do you think? Are you planning to try out Builder’s Journey? How do you like it? What’s your current favorite LEGO game? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!
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This is really good. I encourage everyone to try. The music and graphics are really good.
This is better than expected. Thanks for sharing. This is the direction of games Lego should make more of.
I just saw this game advertised like yesterday. It seems interesting.
I like it, but the game is only about 20 minutes long. Once you figure it out and repeat it a few times, there is not much else to do. But it’s still great.
Cool. I agree with others that this is how lego cames should be. I just wish it was longer. Maybe they will add more in the future?