The game has been available since last year as part of the Steam Early Access program, but now Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have announced the finished article will be hitting shop shelves next February.
Help a King find a lost sword, halt a Zombie army threatening a farm or even help a Caveman build a new home. Players can build brick by brick, or place down huge, pre-built structures to speed the process along. There’s even a couple of handy tools that can “paint and shape the landscape.”
The game will support online multiplayer, allowing players to explore each other’s worlds and create together, or take part in “cooperative and competitive play experiences that players can build themselves.”
LEGO Worlds launches 24 February on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam. Let us know your thoughts in the comments or over in the forums.