LEGO 2K Drive physical Switch version has major drawback
LEGO 2K Drive, the latest open-world racing game set in the world of Bricklandia, has been receiving positive reviews from critics and players. However, the physical version of the game for Nintendo Switch may present a significant drawback for those who prefer to buy and collect physical games. This decision could potentially impact the reception of LEGO 2K Drive during its initial post-launch weekend.
Developed by Visual Concepts, the renowned creators of the WWE 2K series, LEGO 2K Drive allows players to drive LEGO versions of licensed cars and compete against eccentric rivals for the Sky Trophy. The game features online multiplayer with cross-play across multiple platforms, including PC, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch.