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Trailer LEGO Builder’s Journey | Official GeForce RTX Reveal Trailer

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LEGO Builder’s Journey comes to life on PC enhanced with ray-traced ambient occlusion, global illumination, reflections, shadows, and performance boosting NVIDIA DLSS


On June 22nd, LEGO Builder's Journey will release on PC and Nintendo Switch. First released on Apple Arcade in 2019, the narrative adventure will now see a wider release. Developed by Light Brick Studio, the game is a narrative puzzle adventure following a father and son. To unite father and son and complete each of the game's puzzles, players will have to move faithful recreations of LEGO bricks. Sometimes, that will require players to follow the instructions, and other times, they'll have to go against them.

In a press release, Light Brick Studio creative director/head of studio Karsten Lund discussed the upcoming release.

"When we released LEGO Builder’s Journey in 2019, it quickly became a fan-favorite among LEGO fans and the larger gaming community," said Lund. "We are thrilled to introduce the game to a whole new audience playing on PC and Switch. We look forward to hearing the reaction from player communities on these platforms, and already have plans in motion to expand to other console platforms later this summer."

The game seems like a perfect fit for the Switch platform, as it bears some resemblance to Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker! The PC version of LEGO Builder's Journey will feature "ray-traced ambient occlusion, global illumination, reflections, and shadows."

LEGO Builder's Journey is already available for pre-order on Nintendo Switch right here, and for PC via Steam right here. The Switch version will retail for $19.99, but there is no price listed for the PC version just yet.
 
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longdi

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just need to tone down the bloom/hazy.
the lighting on the blocks look damn real.
 

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LEGO Builder's Journey is a unique puzzle game that makes use of the classic brick-laying element we've come to expect from LEGO. The question is how good is it? Find out in our review!
Reviewed on Nintendo Switch.
 

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It’s hard on my 3090!!
 
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Looking to escape into the beautifully blocky world of LEGO? Well, our gameplay video for LEGO Builder's Journey has you covered. This atmospheric puzzle game features the most realistic and accurately rendered LEGO elements in a game, ever!

Coupled with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080, Ray Tracing, DLSS, and Ultra Graphics, this relaxing geometric experience couldn't look any more stunning.
 
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rofif

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Yeah I finished it in 1 sitting. Fantastic.
Disabled DLSS and played at 30fps.
Even quality DLSS adds some aliasing in this. Looks weird... like if they apply dlss after film grain or something.
But I am in awe of graphics. They even give you some lego pieces flood lights and it is crazy how good it looks
 

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Not too sure what this is. But it makes me think...

They should allow us to create whatever we want with the tool, and then order our creation to get in real life.
 

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Console releases should be soon hopefully