LEGO 2K Drive: Longevity of single player mode revealed

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LEGO 2K Drive was undoubtedly the star of the week. The game, born from the synergy between 2K and the most famous brick company in the world, is set to feature both single and multiplayer modes, allowing users to create any type of vehicle.

To try to further raise the public’s curiosity about the production, the creative director Brian Silva recently gave an interview at Wccftech in order to illustrate some further detail for the title. The main topic dealt with was that relating to the duration of the single-player mode, the so-called “campaign”. Silva replied:

“If the goal is to get to the end of the single player story and win the Sky Cup, I think it will take approx 15 hours. Obviously in the game there will be many other things to do, which will significantly stretch this estimate (for example the collectibles to recover).”

It therefore seems that this new LEGO effort will also be able to generate several hours of fun, with the creative director who has not ruled out the arrival of additional content (perhaps some crossover with other productions). There is nothing left to do then but wait for further updates on the matter, remembering that LEGO 2K Drive will be available from May 19th for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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