The premium editions of the game cost more than usual, so you might be wondering if the Lego 2K Drive Awesome Edition well worth the few extra bucks. This latest LEGO world open world racing game offers you the chance to purchase a premium edition to get your hands on some bonuses that put you ahead of the game. Find out what’s in it and if it’s worth getting.
What does LEGO 2K Drive Awesome Edition include?
This is what you get when you buy LEGO 2K Drive Awesome Edition:
- Aquadirt Racer Pack
- Year 1 Driving Pass: Includes season 1, 2, 3 and 4 DLC packs. the awesome pizza vehicle. The release time of the DLC contents will be revealed at a future date.
- 550 coins
- Awesome bonus pack: Includes Wheelie stunt driver minifigure, Machio Beast vehicle and a vehicle style.
Those who purchase LEGO 2K Drive Awesome Edition will also be able to play the game 3 days before everyone else. So this added benefit is more for those who book it.
The Year 1 Drive Pass offers all four future DLCs as part of the bundle. The release date for these DLCs has not been revealed yet, so players will need to be patient. The Awesome Edition also includes some cosmetics and 550 coins.
Is the LEGO 2K Drive Awesome Edition worth it?
The LEGO 2K Drive Awesome Edition is absolutely not worth the money. Year 1 Drive Pass aside, the edition itself looks basic with a few cosmetic options and a few coins thrown your way. It is too expensive to ask $99.99 USD for it.
We don’t even know if the DLC that will come after the game launches will be any good. Paying an extra $40 USD for it sounds pretty expensive. You better wait until you get reviews online to see if the game itself is that good before thinking about DLC.
To compare prices, the standard edition of LEGO 2K Drive is $59.99 USD, but the Awesome Edition is $99.99 USD. That’s quite a difference in price tags between the two despite the fact that the more expensive edition doesn’t really offer anything that we know to be good at this point. If you really want the game, buy the standard.
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