Lego Horizon Adventures launches holiday 2024

Lego Horizon Adventures launches holiday 2024

Lego Horizon

The long-rumored Lego and Horizon crossover has finally come to fruition.

Lego Horizon Adventures promises players a chance to bound through a more lighthearted version of the dinosaur-infested, postapocalyptic 31st century. According to the new trailer unveiled at Summer Game Fest, the game will be released on the PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch sometime during the holiday season of 2024.

The trailer showcases some of the most awe-inspiring mechanical beasts from the Horizon games. These include the ferocious Sawtooth, the fearsome Thunderjaw, and the towering Tallneck. Players will also be able to customize the village of Mother’s Heart.

They can create their own Lego home to relax and recuperate as they aim to thwart a mysterious ancient evil worshiped by the sun cultists.

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Horizon crossover arrives in holiday

Lego Horizon Adventures can be played in full co-op mode with up to two players.

It supports both couch co-op and online multiplayer. This allows players to unlock new buildings, ornaments, and costumes for their characters. Fans of both the Lego series and the Horizon franchise have much to look forward to in this unique and exciting crossover.

The game promises to deliver a fresh and playful take on the familiar world of Horizon. With its eye-catching stop-motion animation, humorous storytelling, and literal worldbuilding using Lego bricks, Lego Horizon Adventures aims to make the series feel new and exciting for players of all ages. The game invites players and a co-op buddy to explore its gleefully comical spin on Aloy’s world.

Get ready to embark on this blocky big game hunt when Lego Horizon Adventures launches later this year.


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