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LEGO 2K Drive Metacritic Score Revealed

How did critics rate the latest LEGO game?

by Grant Testa

LEGO 2K Drive has officially launched for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on May 19, 2023. The new LEGO videogame combines the popular toy brand with exciting racing action developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K Games. Along with Friday’s release of the new racing title comes the first review scores for the latest entry in the LEGO videogame franchise. So, what do critics think of LEGO 2K Drive? Let’s take a look at the game’s critical consensus from the review aggregator, Metacritic.

LEGO 2K Drive Critic Metascores

As of this writing, LEGO 2K Drive earned the following critic Metascores:

  • 73 on PS5
  • 73 on Xbox Series X|S

Currently, there is no critic Metascore available on Nintendo Switch or PC. The 73 Metascore across the board signifies that LEGO 2K Drive ultimately earned mixed reviews from critics. The game does not rate among the top 100 titles in Metacritic’s rankings for the PS5 or Xbox Series X|S.

LEGO 2K Drive User Metascore

A silver lining hidden among the mixed reviews for LEGO 2K Drive is that based on the user score data, audiences have received the game more positively than critics, as the new title holds a 7.7 rating on PS5 as of this writing.

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LEGO 2K Drive Prima’s Official Review

If you are interested in a more in-depth review breaking down the pros and cons of LEGO 2K Drive, Prima Games has just what you need. Follow the related link below for a review of LEGO 2K Drive from our talented writer, Shaun Cichacki.

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Grant Testa

Grant Testa is a gamer, he's a baller, a playmaker, and a shot caller.

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