The 10 Best Lego Games For PS4
This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in March of 2020. The Lego brand often ventures beyond its iconic physical playsets by entering the realm of digital entertainment. For over two decades, the company has made a splash in the gaming industry, bringing some of its most popular licenses into the virtual world. Combining puzzle-solving, exploration, achievement hunting, and humor, these games for PlayStation 4 have something for just about everyone. When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
May 20, 2021:
Here's the thing about LEGO video games: they're all packed with a good deal of clean, wholesome fun. Sure, they're great for family enjoyment, but even many people who would consider themselves "hardcore" gamers find some guilty pleasures in playing these relatively uncomplicated but still joyous games.
As far as PS4 titles go, there haven't been any recent releases, so we haven't made any changes to this Wiki. By the end of 2021 there will be a handful of new LEGO video games on both last-generation and the latest consoles, but that's quite a ways away. In the mean time, you really can't go wrong with the Marvel Collection, Harry Potter Collection, or Star Wars: The Force Awakens Deluxe Edition, all of which offer a surprising amount of content for their reasonable prices.
March 20, 2020:
There are plenty of Lego games available for PlayStation 4, usually “brickifying” a popular licensed property like Star Wars or Harry Potter. These games are attractive for all ages, although some themes may be more appealing to young children. There are typically two approaches to the standard Lego game. Players can either progress through the game’s levels linearly, or they can attempt to grab every hidden collectible and reach 100% completion. Achievement hunters and completionists love Lego games since there are numerous goodies to find by solving puzzles and exploring every corner of the map.
I included Lego Worlds here because it breaks the typical formula of a puzzle-driven, thematic LEGO game. Instead, it offers an open-world, procedurally-generated experience where players can explore and build whatever they desire. It’s at the bottom of our list because there aren’t many well-defined goals in the game. However, it’s definitely worth a try if you’re looking for something more akin to building LEGO creations in real life.
The best deals on this list are by far the Marvel Collection and Harry Potter Collection, as they combine multiple games into one and include bonus content at no extra cost. Since Lego games already have great replayability to begin with, doubling or tripling the amount of content is an extremely attractive offer.