Meta announced at its Connect developer conference today that LEGO is releasing a mixed reality game for Quest 3, named LEGO Bricktales.

The blocky puzzle game essentially puts you in front of a number of diorama biomes, which were crafted brick by brick.

“Your journey will take you to the deepest jungle, sun-drenched deserts, a bustling city corner, a towering medieval castle, and tropical Caribbean islands,” Meta says in an announcement.

The objective is to help the minifigures of these worlds by solving puzzles and unlocking new skills throughout the story to further explore these worlds and uncover the many secrets and mysteries they contain.

LEGO Bricktales isn’t just puzzles and skills, Meta says on the game’s Quest Store page.

“From purely aesthetic creations, such as a market stand or music box, up to functional physics-based puzzles like building a crane or gyrocopter – each diorama offers a variety of construction spots with the freedom of intuitive brick-by-brick building. In each spot you are given a set of bricks and it’s up to you to figure out a unique build that will work. On top of specific puzzles and quests, there are additional builds in the amusement park so you can customize the rides to make them your own,” the description reads.

In addition to Quest 3, LEGO Bricktales will also support Quest 2 and Quest Pro when it launches, which is coming December 7th, 2023. The game is currently available for pre-order, priced at $30, which comes with an exclusive in-game outfit.

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    You don’t mention this is a pre existing flat game

    • Geogaddi

      Is this the same one? I did try it but only a few levels since it wasn’t really my thing. I did however feel it would have been much better in VR!

  • silvaring

    Related to the Epic Lego partnership?

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    This came out on consoles last year

  • This has been one of the few surprises of Meta Connect