LEGO Fortnite is described as “the ultimate survival crafting LEGO adventure,” introducing “vast, open worlds where the magic of LEGO building and Fortnite collide. Designed for people of all ages to enjoy together, the game will encourage creativity, experimentation and collaboration through play.” Rocket Racing meanwhile will be “a supersonic arcade racer where players drift, fly, and boost with friends through an ever-growing selection of tracks”. Developed by Psyonix of Rocket League fame, this new mode offers a much more robust racing experience when compared to the standard Fortnite karting seen across the BR map. Last but certainly not least is Fortnite Festival: “a new music game where players can play in a band with friends or perform solo on stage with hit music by their favourite artists”. As with Rocket Racing, this rhythm game is developed by an Epic Games subsidiary – Harmonix – known best for creating both Guitar Hero. LEGO Fortnite will go live on the 7th of December, with Rocket Racing following closely just one day later on the 8th – and Fortnite Festival bringing up the rear on the 9th of December.