“There are 77 trillion possible combinations. – Popular Nintendo Switch YouTuber shows off exclusive footage of new Lego Brawls gameplay

Nintendo Switch is one of the most profitable consoles of recent times. Fans from different parts of the world love the device due to its portable nature as they can play wherever they want. The Switch console has a huge library of video games which helps it cater to different audiences at the same time. From arcade, action and strategy to horror and simulation, this Nintendo console has it all.

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Over the past few years, Nintendo Switch gamers have seen a strong trend of new game releases as franchises have turned to them for help. LEGO Brawls sets a great example in this category as its developers have now decided to launch the game on Switch. Previously, publishers limited its release to iOS, but now even Switch fans will get a taste.

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LEGO Brawls was one of the expected games of 2019. After all, it opened a new era for LEGO games as players could now fight for victory. However, there was one major issue that the majority of fans were facing with LEGO Brawls.

Bandai Namco Entertainment, its developers had limited the game to iOS users, adding it to the Apple Arcade library. Fans raged over the issue, causing the developers to release it on various platforms. Thus, Bandai Namco has announced a new version for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5 and Nintendo Switch.

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Youtuber BeatEmUps was one of the first to show off his gameplay by uploading a video showing it off with friends. “There are so many 77 trillion combination possibilities that you’ve built the ultimate mini LEGO brawler,” said the YouTuber while doing the perfect for himself.

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Later in the video, he showcased exclusive gameplay on the Nintendo Switch, with all players jumping into battle. However, there was one part of the video that left fans in awe as Hawker showcased a LEGO version of Chris Pratt.

After that, they gave their thoughts on the game, talking about the best and worst aspects of it. Although, during this time, a question arises in everyone’s mind. How cool would it be if LEGO added a battle royale to LEGO Brawlers?

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