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More LEGO Islands Launched within Fortnite!

The LEGO Group has recently launched the latest additions to its collection of LEGO Islands, a series of kid and family-friendly LEGO-themed experiences designed by the brand, within Fortnite.

‘LEGO Smoothie Odyssey’ joins the recently launched ‘LEGO Wing Walkers’ to offer exciting new adventures for players of all ages, alongside fresh additions and new challenges for existing LEGO Islands in ‘LEGO Prop Hunt’ and ‘LEGO Obby Fun’.

The new LEGO Islands can be found within Fortnite. Also to be found in Fortnite is the survival crafting game ‘LEGO Fortnite’ – which launched in December 2023 and provides a fun and safe digital space for children and families.

‘LEGO Smoothie Odyssey’ takes players to cosmic frontiers to create the tastiest – and strangest! – smoothies in space. Whether playing solo or with friends, players must blast off to an exotic planet in search of weird and wonderful fruit like Shock Berries and Butter Berries, then set up a galactic smoothie bar to blend dazzling concoctions and wow local Aliens.

Explorers can venture to seven new zones in search of different berries, with each zone housing unique environments – from the depths of the ancient Crystal Caves to the bubbling geysers of Hot Springs.

As well as blending their way to acclaim, smoothie makers can dive into a host of different activities across the planet with their new Alien friends, including gravity-defying parkour across The Void, exhilarating rail races from the heights of Star Peak Mountain, and paddling in the tranquil waters of Luna Lagoon.

Lofty adventure ‘LEGO Wing Walkers’, which arrived in Fortnite on May 16, is an action-packed game, with a co-op option to test teamwork, navigating a turbulent flying course. Teams of up to seven players must balance on the wings of a plane to steer it through the sky, carefully avoiding obstacles like clouds and flying pigs and collecting coins along the way.

The fun continues with a space-themed prop update to ‘LEGO Prop Hunt’, which also enjoys the introduction of a new progression system. Expect a meteor strike, space cats, cute aliens, and keep an eye out for UFO abductions. Achievements can now be collected by accomplishing goals or trying out different play styles while hiding or seeking.

Additionally, ‘LEGO Obby Fun’ – the first official LEGO-themed obstacle course in Fortnite, crafted by actual LEGO designers – welcomes a space-inspired course, while experienced climbers can now put their skills to the test in an all-new hard mode.

These latest updates join a fleet of existing kid and family-friendly LEGO Islands in Fortnite, including ‘LEGO Raft Survival’, ‘LEGO Battle Arena’, and ‘LEGO Cat Island Adventure’. Creators can also explore endless innovation by designing and publishing their very own LEGO Islands through Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN) and Fortnite Creative.

“We’re delighted to take players to new heights with our latest LEGO Islands play experiences in Fortnite,” said Kari Vinther Nielsen, Head of Play & Creator Growth at LEGO GAME. “Following the thrilling launches of our first LEGO Islands earlier this year, we set out to craft new creative and rewarding adventures that can be enjoyed together by players of all ages – and where better to explore next than space? By harnessing the power of UEFN, we’re able to build LEGO experiences in a whole new way, and we’re excited to share even more updates for LEGO Islands in Fortnite later this year!”

At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco earlier this year, the LEGO Group and Epic Games announced that LEGO elements, LEGO Styles, and other LEGO Brand assets are also available in Unreal Editor for Fortnite (UEFN) and Fortnite Creative, allowing creators to publish their own LEGO Islands. Keep your eyes peeled as more LEGO Islands will be revealed in Fortnite throughout 2024 and beyond.

What do you think? Do you play LEGO Fortnite? How do you like the game? And what do you think of these new developments? Feel free to share your thoughts and own reviews in the comment section below!

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  • Sith015 May 21, 2024, 1:47 PM

    I wish some of these were made into sets!

    • yoladiel May 21, 2024, 9:30 PM

      And the minifigs!

      • Ian May 21, 2024, 9:42 PM

        I agree. Would love to get the figs!

        • Håkan May 23, 2024, 9:07 AM

          Yeah, me three! Let’s wait and see…

    • Nofakebrick May 21, 2024, 10:45 PM

      I know a number of kids who would love to have these builds as sets. And the minifigs could be in a collectible series.

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