Lego Worlds is now confirmed for a 24th February launch on PS4, Xbox One and Steam.
The sandbox building game has been on Steam Early Access since June of last year, where prospective players could buy its early build (and reserve its final form) for £11.99.
Unlike most of Traveller's Tales' adventures, Lego World isn't a fixed campaign based on a single licensed theme, but rather more of a Minecraft-like sandbox based around erecting landscapes and structures. It will feature procedurally-generated worlds and a full day/night cycle.
Unlike Mojang's famous title, Lego Worlds will have vehicles, should you wish to hop into a spaceship, ride a dragon, cruise around in a car, or smash through a town in a drilling vessel.
Players will also be able to share each other's worlds with one another and build cooperatively in either splitscreen or online multiplayer.
"Lego Worlds expands our Lego video game franchise with a new experience that embodies all the fun of physical Lego brick building," said Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment president David Haddad. "TT Games has created an expansive, digital universe that combines unlimited creativity with the Lego humour that fans love."
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