If anyone had a 2023 bingo card that had “2K launches an open world racing game based on LEGO” on it, they should go buy a lottery ticket because this is one nobody saw coming until it was announced in March.
Danish building block-based racing game LEGO 2K Drive is heading to consoles and PC this week, launching on May 19. As an all-new title from a developer — Visual Concepts — and publisher not normally known for racing titles we were more than a little curious how the title would play.
If you’re after one of the 63 Lamborghini Sian FKP 37 models, but can neither afford the price nor the wait for Sant’Agata to actually start building them, there’s a piece of good news for you from Denmark.
If you’re a Fast and Furious franchise fan, you might be down in the dumps right now. As well as finding yourself cooped up indoors, the latest entry in the blockbuster film series, Fast and Furious 9, won’t even be in cinemas until next year thanks to a coronavirus-influenced delay.
With the current series of events winding down, Forza Horizon 4 players still have plenty to look forward to. The next round of seasons are right around the corner, which of course means a new update lurks. Sure enough, Playground Games has detailed what’s in store for the game’s next major update.
Just in case you missed yesterday’s big E3 reveal, or just still can’t believe it, Forza Horizon 4 is getting a new expansion pack on June 13. It’s by some margin the craziest thing ever to come to any Forza title: LEGO Speed Champions.
If you’re visiting the f.re.e leisure and travel fair in Munich this week, you’re in for a rare treat. On display alongside a 1960s original is a full-sized Volkswagen T2 Camper — or Bulli — made entirely from LEGO bricks.
Good news for would-be hypercar owners: there’s now a much more affordable version of Bugatti’s 1500hp Chiron. It features a more down-to-earth power output of precisely zero ponies, and you’ll have to build it yourself.