Rather than have one large open-world playing area to explore, the Lego 2K Drive maps, or biomes as they’re called, are decently-sized hub areas for you to play around and test out your latest creations. And, they are pretty fun to check out too.
Before you can properly explore the world of Lego 2K Drive’s Bricklandia, you need to become acquainted with everything it offers. Especially as the game is one of the best racing games on PS5, PS4, Xbox, Steam PC, and Nintendo Switch right now no matter whether you are playing solo or in multiplayer with your friends.
Lego 2K Drive maps
The Lego 2K Drive maps and biomes you can explore are:
- Turbo Acres
- Big Butte
- Prospecto Valley
The starting zone of Bricklandia, and home to a rather large racing trophy, Turbo Acres features plenty of roads, rivers, and acres of land to test out your favourite vehicles.
With sandy plains that stretch for miles and some extraterrestrial and strange happenings, Big Butte is a fun place to drive around if you’re hoping to get away from Bricklandia’s main city.
Riches and mountains as far as the eye can see await you in the Prospecto Valley. This is a perfect location for those hoping to make some big jumps and test their cars’ off-road capabilities.
The scariest of the bunch, Hauntsborough has a lot of frightful things that will try to spook you. But if your favourite holiday of the year is Halloween, then this might be your best destination.
You can check out all of the Lego 2K Drive maps in the video below, thanks to the Awesome News Network video for the game.
Those are the Lego 2K Drive maps and biomes to explore when you jump into the game. It is one of the best PS5 racing games and best Xbox racing games available right now, so you are in for a treat!