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Lego Brawls has over 77 trillion character customisation combinations

A recent blog post claims there are over 77 trillion character combinations in Lego Brawls when it launches on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and Switch

Lego Brawls character customisation: A lego character in a white cowgirl outfit looks at a chicken with a surprised expression

2022 has already been a great year for Lego game fans, with Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga going down a storm, but the fun isn’t over yet, as Lego Brawls is also on the way. We just learned when the Lego Brawls release date is going to be, but we also found out some information that made our tiny gamer minds explode.

According to a recent PlayStation Blog post about Lego Brawls, the game’s character customisation options are enough to put Saints Row’s Boss Factory to shame. There are apparently 77,289,215,065,920 different customisation combinations in Lego Brawls – that’s 77 trillion if, like us, that many digits frighten you. That means you can make almost 10,000 times more unique Lego Brawls characters than there are people on Earth. Blimey.

On top of that, the blog claims there are over 2.7 million different combinations for your in-game loadout, which includes your character’s power-ups. Apparently these include chickens, saxophones, and guns with hot dogs for ammo.

Lego Brawls is also offering several modes when it launches later this year, ranging from team-based objective modes to straight-up free-for-alls.

With a decent amount of content and an incomprehensible amount of customisation, it sounds like we’ll be getting another great Lego experience in 2022.

Lego Brawls launches in September and can be pre-ordered now for Xbox Series X|S, PS5, last-gen consoles, and Nintendo Switch.