Publisher 2K, developer Visual Concepts, and The LEGO Group have announced LEGO 2K Drive, a new driving adventure game coming to PC and consoles on May 19.

LEGO 2K Drive will feature a single-player campaign in the open world of Bricklandia. Bricklandia is full of racing, minigames, challenges, and lots and lots of destructible builds. Up to two players can play together via local split-screen, or match online with players at similar skill levels.

Players will be able to customize their vehicles brick-by-brick with over 1,000 LEGO pieces, including colors, stickers, and flairs. The trailer shows off special power-ups that can transform your vehicle with the touch of a button.

“With the history the LEGO brand holds, we were very conscious of the responsibility we had to both our partners and longtime fans of LEGO play, while still thinking about how we can bring something new and unique to a LEGO title,” said Greg Thomas, president, Visual Concepts. “For LEGO 2K Drive, we assembled a best-in-class team of game makers who poured their hearts into an unforgettable experience we can’t wait to share with fans.”

LEGO 2K Drive will be the first release in the partnership between 2K and LEGO to create a series of big-budget games based on the LEGO license.

LEGO 2K Drive will release on May 19 on PC (Steam, Epic Games Store), PlayStation, Switch, and Xbox. Pre-orders will receive the Aquadirt Racer Pack on launch.

In addition to the Standard Edition, 2K Drive Awesome Edition ($99) will include the Year 1 Drive Pass, which will feature four post-launch DLC packs.

LEGO 2K Drive is rated E10+.

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