The‘Build Together’ experience is now available on compatible devices, offering a new way to split building sets between multiple people.
Up to five people can work together to build one of six sets in the beta version of the experience, which is available through today’s update for the official
Once everyone’s connected, you’ll be guided through a series of personalised building steps to construct part of the model, before handing your section off to the next builder and receiving one to continue. It sounds like a more involved process than just tackling separate instruction booklets, leaning into the ‘social’ and ‘co-operative’ aspects the
The brainchild behind Build Together – one of the first initiatives to come out of the LEGO Lead User Lab, which allows fans to submit their own projects to the
“It’s been a long time coming and I’ve been fully determined to see this project through, but it’s only been possible thanks to support from members of the AFOL community, close
The six compatible sets in the Build Together beta include
Thealready confirmed to Brick Fanatics that the experience will be updated to include more sets – and allow for more than five people to take part at once for larger sets. We’re currently testing out the beta, so keep an eye on the site for our verdict very soon.
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