Today is the official release of Lego 2K Drive, an open-world racing game developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K that takes all the best aspects from Mario Kart and Forza Horizon and shoves them inside a Lego blender.
Among the game’s many features, likely our favorite is the relatively robust creation suite, which allows players to build the Lego car of their dreams or, instead, possibly recreate a familiar build set. Now, let me be transparent, this is why I wanted to get my hands on the game, as I had high hopes of hitting the digital streets in a brick-based rendition of the Ghostbusters Ecto-1, very much like I did in TT Games’ Lego Dimensions.
Was I able to replicate the iconic film Cadillac? Well, in today’s feature, join me for a test drive, showing off not one but two different takes of the vehicle.
So, what are you waiting for? Watch the video below, and let’s run some red lights!
As noted, while the game has a few restrictions, with likely the biggest being limiting builds to 350 bricks, as shown in the video, a lot can be done within that space, with both Ectomobiles being easily recognizable, despite the lack of official branding, and a few corners cut.
For a closer look, don’t forget to subscribe to the Ghostbusters News YouTube channel, as we’ll be featuring the game in our next live stream.
Lego 2K Drive is now available on Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.