OWNERS of Nintendo Switch, PS5 and Xbox have lost their minds over hit kids’ game scanning for 50% off in time for Christmas.
This popular Lego console game is selling for a fraction of its original price.
Gamers can flock to the Hit website andup ‘Lego Brawls’ for half a price.
Play Station 5 owners can buy theirs for only £18.29 – and £19.49 for Play Station 4.
It is also selling at a reduced price for Nintendo Switch for just £20.09.
Lego fans playing on their Xbox can bag it for only £18.99 on the series X and One.
The famous kids game was first launched in September 2022 by developer Red Games CO and publisher Bandai Namco.
It was released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch.
The videogame has cross-play across all platforms and it allows up to 4 parties.
It alsoa battle style – where it’s every player for themselves.
Lego fans can play different levels and different win conditions with several multiplayer game modes.
The description reads: “Dream up the ultimate Minifigure brawlers and bash your way through all of your favourite Lego themes in the first team action brawler set in the Lego universe.
“Play with friends at home or around the world and see how you stack up against the competition.
“From the swashbuckling shores of Barracuda Bay, to the waterlogged caverns of Ninjago Seabound, to a dusty wild west saloon and the mythical Monkie Kid jungle, all of your favourite Lego themes are brawlable.”
It comes as Nintendo fans were furious about missing out on a major Lego game feature.
Meanwhile, Lego made an appearance in racing games before, most recently in DLC for Forza Horizon 4, but now it’s getting its own racing game.
Lego 2K Drive was recently announced by 2K, the publisher behind games like WWE 2K, and is a full-featured open-world racing game.
Lego 2K Drive is a new open-world racing game with Lego visuals, and lets players with and against friends online.
The game will be available on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch, but not all of these versions are created equal.
While most of the platforms the game appears on will support crossplay, Nintendo Switch players will only be able to interact with players who are also playing on Switch.
Elsewhere, a warning was issued to Lego gaming fans about the simple mistake that will erase your saved data.
LEGO 2K Drive had a big issue that was affecting thousands of players.