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The LEGO Group and Epic Games unveil LEGO Fortnite

The LEGO Group and Epic Games have confirmed that new survival crafting game, LEGO Fortnite, will go live inside Fortnite from 7 December.

This marks the first play experience to come from the long-term partnership between LEGO and Epic Games.

Players will be able to explore vast, open worlds where the magic of LEGO building and Fortnite collide. The game – which is designed for people of all ages – will look to encourage ‘creativity, experimentation and collaboration’ through play.

The LEGO Group and Epic Games announced their partnership to ‘shape the future of the metaverse’ last year, and to make it fun and safe for all.

The companies have pledged to build positive digital play experiences that enable young players to become the future creators.

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