If you want to race with players online on other platforms in 2K Games' new charming kart racer, you need to know how to enable LEGO 2K Drive crossplay.
LEGO 2K Drive is one of the best new kart racers in a long time. Its colourful open world is a joy to explore and the surprisingly deep vehicle customisation will keep builders busy for hours. It’s every LEGO fan’s dream driving game - and it's even more fun with other players.
LEGO 2K Drive not only supports split-screen multiplayer, but it’s also cross-platform, meaning players can race and explore Bricklandia online across multiple platforms. Our guide will show you how to enable LEGO 2K Drive crossplay.
What is LEGO 2K Drive crossplay?
Crossplay multiplayer enables players to race each other in competitive events or simply cruise around Bricklandia causing mayhem. If, for example, you own the PS5 version, you can race against other players on PS4, Xbox and PC platforms.
It’s worth noting, however, that LEGO 2K Drive crossplay is not offered in the Nintendo Switch version. This is often the case with Switch ports, sadly. If you want to race with friends on Nintendo’s hybrid console, both players need to own a Switch.
Before you can race with players on other platforms, you need to enable LEGO 2K Drive crossplay. Fortunately, this is easy to activate.
How to enable LEGO 2K Drive crossplay
To enable crossplay, go to the pause menu and select Settings. This can also be found at the top right of the main menu. From here, scroll down the settings menu to Crossplay and press the checkbox to enable it.
With this setting enabled, you can race and explore with players on a plethora of platforms including PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC.
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