Compete in an Epic Battle for Glory in LEGO Brawls with the Base Race Game Mode and Castle Level Update

Bandai Namco announces a new level update for LEGO Brawls.

Bandai Namco announces a new level update for LEGO Brawls.

Official LEGO Brawls Press Release

Bandai Namco Europe announced today that a new Base Race game mode and Castle-themed level are coming to LEGO® Brawls. In this fast-paced and action-packed addition to the game’s already impressive lineup of LEGO themes and play options, fans can mine bricks, build towers and destroy the enemy base to emerge victorious in an epic battle for glory!

In the Base Race mode for LEGO Brawls, players must work as a team to collect as many bricks as possible and use them to build a giant tower before their opponent. One catch – the opposing team can also storm the other team’s base to steal their bricks. Utilising a solid mix of strategy and skill, players must learn to balance between collecting bricks and attacking the enemy base if they want to seize victory. Moreover, the new update also introduces a variety of new in-game collectibles to LEGO Brawls, including 12 castle-themed LEGO Minifigures, as well as melee weapons, powerups and emotes.

The update will be available on 30th March at 23:00 BST on PlayStation, Xbox, and PC, and on 1st April at 08:00 BST on Nintendo Switch.

LEGO Brawls is a family-friendly, brick-based, team action brawler with cross-platform play (cross-play) and multiple game modes that can be enjoyed by players of all ages, skill levels, and play preferences. Players build and compete with custom, one-of-a-kind LEGO Minifigure brawlers tailored to their personality, strategy, and play style with more than 77 trillion customization possibilities. The game features iconic LEGO themed levels, from beloved classic themes like Space and Castle, to fan-favorites such as LEGO Jurassic World™, LEGO NINJAGO®, and LEGO Monkie Kid™.

LEGO Brawls is now available via retailers, Nintendo eShop, PlayStation® Store, Microsoft Store for Xbox, Steam®, Apple Arcade®, Epic Games Store, and GeForce NOW™. For more information, please visit

LEGO® BRAWLS SOFTWARE ©2023 Red Games Co. Produced by Red Games Co. under license from the LEGO Group. LEGO, the LEGO logo and the Minifigure are trademarks of the LEGO Group. ©2023 The LEGO Group. All other trademarks are properties of their owners.


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Source: Bandai Namco


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