LEGO® Brawls debuted on Apple Arcade in September 2019. The game offers an experience similar to Nintendo’s Super Smash Brothers. Players create custom Minifigures and battle as part of a multiplayer team. The goal is to maintain dominance in a level against other teams. As you play, you unlock rewards and upgrades for your Minifigure. Characters and upgrades are based on a variety of LEGO® themes, new and old. What’s new is that Brawls hits gaming consoles this summer.
Excerpt from the official press release:
At the core of the game is the ability for players to build, customize, and level up their ultimate LEGO® Minifigure heroes with unique style, strategy and personality. LEGO fans and brawlers can collect unlockable minifigures, power-ups, and emotes from their favorite LEGO themes as they battle and build their way to the top of the global leaderboards. Players around the world can team up and brawl 4v4, party with friends, or play a battle royale-style game mode where it’s “every-player-for-themselves.”
The summer release includes cross-play (cross-platform play), enabling friends of all ages and platform preferences to team up and bash their way through iconic LEGO-themed levels. With multiple game modes, levels have unique challenges and win conditions. Players can show Emperor Unagami who’s boss in LEGO® NINJAGO® Prime Empire, master aquatic power-ups in LEGO NINJAGO Seabound, and practice Spinjitzu (dressed as a chicken) in LEGO NINJAGO Legacy. They’ll launch their minifigures into action from ship cannons in the Pirate level, and have a showdown in the Wild West. They can fight for control of the space mining outpost in Blacktron, summon ancient power as LEGO® Monkie Kid™, defend their honor in a minotaur suit at the Castle, and pilot a UFO through a chaotic invasion in Alien Conquest.
Once exclusive to Apple Arcade, LEGO® Brawls will now also stream on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You can play with your friends regardless of which gaming console you use. The exact date that Brawls hits gaming consoles is not available, but some online sources are claiming June 2022. Are you excited for this latest development? Let us know in the comments below or reach out on social media. For more LEGO®-related news, click here.
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