LEGO 2K Drive coming to PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch, and PC on May 19th


LEGO and 2K Games have announced their latest collaboration: LEGO 2K Drive. The game will be released on May 19 and will be available on various platforms, including PlayStation 4 and 5, Xbox One and Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC via Steam and the Epic Games Store.

LEGO 2K Drive

The development of LEGO 2K Drive is being handled by Visual Concepts, known for their work on games such as WWE 2K and NBA 2K. The game is part of a new series of LEGO sports games currently in development at 2K. Three different versions will be released:

  • Standard Edition ($/€69.99 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S, €59.99 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC)
  • Awesome Edition ($/€99.99) – Includes a new vehicle, vehicle flair, in-game minifigure, and the Year 1 Drive Pass.
  • Awesome Rivals Edition ($/€119.99) – Includes multiple vehicles, vehicle flair, multiple in-game minifigures, and the Year 1 Drive Pass.

The Year 1 Drive Pass (also available separately) introduces a new biome plus four separate seasons of Drive Pass content after launch, each with new vehicles and themes. Pre-ordering grants access to the Aquadirt Racer Pack with the Aquadirt Racer Street Car, Off-Road Car, and Racer Boat. This pack is included in the Awesome Edition and Awesome Rivals Edition, regardless of pre-order.

According to 2K’s announcement, LEGO 2K Drive will be a large open-world game with both single and multiplayer options, including races, mini-games, challenges, collectibles, and a storyline. Players will be able to build and customize their own vehicles, participate in races and challenges, and earn new parts and upgrades.

Players can either build their vehicles using over 1,000 unique LEGO pieces or choose a pre-built vehicle from themes such as LEGO City, Creator, Speed Champions, and more. Additionally, 2K Drive will offer both competitive multiplayer and co-op experiences, with split-screen available for two players and online multiplayer.

“As the LEGO brand has such a rich history, we are acutely aware of the responsibility we have to both our partners and the loyal LEGO fans, while also exploring ways to introduce new and unique features to a LEGO title,” said Greg Thomas, President of Visual Concepts. “For LEGO 2K Drive, we have assembled a team of first-rate game makers who have put their hearts into creating an unforgettable experience that we are excited to share with fans.”

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