Watch: Developers Give An Inside Look At LEGO Brawls
LEGO Brawls, a mobile fighting game released in 2019, is coming to even more platforms on Sept. 2, 2022. The developer studio RED Games created a fun fighting game that will be available for eighth generation consoles, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.
LEGO Brawls allows gamers to play online by themselves or with friends against other online opponents and users can play in local lobbies with just their friends.
This simple but action-packed game has a lot to offer in multiple aspects. Lego Brawls has an eye-opening 77 million-plus Minifigure customization options which illustrates how users can truly create their own unique brawler. The customization includes melees, power-ups, and emotes which makes it so gamers are not only customizing for cosmetics, but are affecting gameplay with their customization choices as well.
LEGO Brawls has a variety of fan-favorite Lego-themed levels that players will vote to play before each game. Levels like Jurassic, Ninjago, and Western offer players incredible fun with different ways to win and compete on each level.
There is a collection aspect to the game that allows players to collect new Minifigures, power-ups, and themes. The more users play LEGO Brawls the more options they create for themselves and the more they can have fun with the newly gained content.
LEGO Brawls Game Modes
Multiple fun game modes offer different ways to brawl with different objectives to secure a victory. There is a 4v4 Control Point game mode, also known as King of the Hill, where a user’s team will win by staying in a specified zone without the other team.
There are game modes that rely on having the most of something to win such as Collect Mode and Brawl Royale. In Collect Mode, the goal is to obtain the most collectibles in the game, while in Brawl Royale the player that can defeat the most opponents will achieve the win.
Another mode is the more competitive brawling-focused Free-For-Brawl game where players will battle it out to demonstrate who is the best brawler. In this game mode, the last man standing wins, but it does not have to be a solo affair as there is Party Mode where teams of four will brawl to see who the true champions are.
LEGO Brawls has a lot to offer with its variety of customizations, levels, and game modes and it can be a great time with friends once it drops later this year.