Is Lego 2K Drive free to play?

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Is Lego 2K Drive free to play? With the buzz around the game running high, plenty of potential players are wanting to know. The game promises a perfect balance of casual and exciting racing gameplay.

Alongside the news on Lego 2K Drive crossplay, more than a few can’t wait to dive into this experience. Here, we’ll give you the details on the game’s launch date, monetary policies, and whether or not Lego 2K Drive is free to play.

Is Lego 2K Drive free to play: A lego car overlooks a race track from a clifftop.

Is Lego 2K Drive free to play?

Unfortunately it does not appear Lego 2K Drive will be free to play on any of the platforms it’s set to launch on. While there is some speculation about the game’s future with Game Pass, for now, the game is going to be sticking to a pay-for-access strategy. It’ll be launching across a variety of consoles as well as on PC.

The game’s price is currently set for £49.99, with the Awesome Edition set for £89.99, and the Awesome Rivals Edition set at £104.99. We’ll leave it up to you to determine whether those prices are worth it, but feel free to take a look at some of our other coverage on the game, like if Lego 2K Drive is split screen for local multiplayer, to help make an informed decision.

If you’re buying on console, keep in mind too that for PlayStation devices you’ll need an active PS Plus subscription to use the game’s online features. For Xbox devices meanwhile, you’ll need to have a Game Pass Ultimate or an Xbox Live Gold subscription to use online services in-game.

The game is currently in pre-purchase, with launch on all platforms scheduled for May 19th. Be sure to keep up to date with our latest guides, news and reviews to help you decide on if the asking price is worth it. If you’re on a last-gen console and wondering whether you’ll be able to play Lego 2K Drive on PS4 or Xbox One, we’ve got you covered.

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Lego 2K Drive

  • Release Date: 19 May 2023
  • Platform(s): Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series S, Xbox Series S/X, Xbox Series X
  • Genre(s): Racing
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