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Minecraft-style Lego game could be in development

Reference to unannounced project found in new Lego set.

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games may be working on a Minecraft-inspired Lego title called Lego Worlds.

Images for the project, which has not yet been officially teased or announced, appeared on the Eurobricks forum. According to the author of the post, a promotional image for the game can be found on the back of the instructions for the 60097 City Square set released this month.


The image features the tagline "Explore. Discover. Create.," seemingly indicating that Warner Bros. and TT Games are creating an experience similar to Minecraft, which itself is heavily influenced by Lego.

The image does not feature any logos hinting at what platform the game may be available for or any sort of release window. GameSpot has contacted Warner Bros. for a comment.

More recently, Warner Bros. announced Lego Dimensions, a toys-to-life style game in the same vein as Activision's Skylanders or Disney Infinity. The game will bring together characters and settings from a number of universes including Lord of the Rings, Batman, Wizard of Oz, Back to the Future, and more.

For more on Lego Dimensions check out GameSpot's in-depth coverage of its announcement.

TT Games is also working on Lego Jurassic World, which follows the stories of "Jurassic Park," "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" and "Jurassic Park III," as well as the upcoming Jurassic World.

The LEGO video game series has sold over 100 million units sold to date, placing it in the same pantheon as Mario, Pokemon, Need for Speed, Final Fantasy, Grand Theft Auto, and FIFA, among others.