Before the official announcement, the LEGO 2K Drive designers presented the project's first trailer, which was later circulated on the internet.
The player will play the role of one of the drivers, travelling through the local open world and its many locations, including both the traditional city and more bizarre regions with skeletons and aliens. Moreover, the character will be pursued by a dangerous villain who will have to be dealt with.
Users will be permitted to place fireballs of various shapes and sizes on their vehicles — and, if desired, you may even place a "hamburger" on the wheels (included in one of the games' editions). Vehicles may also change depending on their surface, such as converting into a boat.
Up to six people may participate in single-player, cooperative, and competitive modes, as well as multiplayer for two for a split screen. Racers will be able to complete various tasks, play mini-games, and engage in other amusing activities.
Extended versions of the project include additional automobiles, character creation, a first-year pass with a new biome, and other resources.
On May 19, LEGO 2K Drive will be released on PC and consoles.