This Summer, LEGO Brawls Strikes Back at the PS5, PS4, and Xbox One

This Summer, LEGO Brawls Strikes Back at the PS5, PS4, and Xbox One

Of course, Bandai Namco – who’s publishing the title – reckons it’s a “one-of-a-kind” experience. The customisation appears to be the selling point: you can “mix and match official LEGO bricks” to “create unique mini-figure brawlers, complete with custom loadouts and power-ups tailored to each player’s preference and play style”. There’ll be a range of weapons and multiplayer modes, including both local and multiplayer options.

We hope you enjoy LEGO, since new video games inspired on the renowned Danish export show no signs of slowing down. LEGO Brawls is the most recent game to make the leap from Apple Arcade to console, with a PS5 and PS4 release scheduled for this summer. The game looks to be an arena brawler in the vein of Super Smash Bros, although with character creation components rather than Fire Emblem characters.

The announcement concludes: “A variety of fan-favourite LEGO themes and sets are available as colourful backdrops, making this the ultimate team brawler for LEGO fans of all ages.” There’s no firm release date right now, but it’s out in the summer so shouldn’t be too far away. Will you be fighting for a copy, or are you still pining for a PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale sequel?

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