Is Lego 2K Drive crossplay?

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With the release date right around the corner, you might be wondering: is Lego 2K Drive crossplay, and if so, what platforms will it have crossplay support for? While set to release across a wide range of consoles and on PC, the ability to play with friends using different hardware has become a vital feature for accessibility and multiplayer longevity in modern gaming.

With a brand as big as Lego attached, it’s a feature that could help to make or break the game’s success. Here’s a quick guide to answer all your burning questions about Lego 2K Drive crossplay, as well as what support we can expect to see for both the current and previous generation consoles. If you’re wondering is Lego 2K Drive on PS4 or Xbox One, for example, we’ve covered that question elsewhere for you.

Is Lego 2K Drive crossplay: A lego man inside a lego ferrari-style racing car, racing on the track.

Does Lego 2K Drive have crossplay?

Lego 2K Drive has crossplay between PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. While the game will also launch on Nintendo Switch, players on this particular platform will not have crossplay with the other platforms. This is likely due to the Switch version of the game running at lower visual settings and lower FPS. Sorry, Switch players.

Developer Visual Concepts confirmed on the Lego 2K website that players will be able to play with up to six friends in a mode called Shared World, or alternatively hop into online races with random players in Play with Everyone mode. The latter will also utilise skill-based matchmaking, and lack global chat features, to make for a more casual and welcoming gaming environment. Both of these modes will support crossplay.

Lego 2K Drive crossplay support should ensure a full and enriching multiplayer experience, though if you’re playing in the same household it might be worth taking a look at Lego 2K split-screen support as well.

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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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