LEGO Quest & Collect hits one million downloads in 2 weeks

THE mobile LEGO role-playing game that lets players virtually build and collect minifigures hits 1 million downloads this month, two weeks after it was launched. To celebrate the milestone, Nexon, the developer of the game, is releasing a new update to the game.

This first update to the game introduces a new legendary character, Bunny Suit Guy, as well as a new main building, the Temple of Airjitzu.

Bunny Suit Guy is a man dressed in a bunny suit, popular in the LEGO MINIFIGURES theme, and can be obtained with the Premium Hero Cube. The character is unique to the World Boss Raid which is a new game mode also introduced with the update.

In this mode, the popular LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS villains, Evil Mobile and Sparks, will appear in boss battles and can be challenged for 24 hours once activated. Players can use up to 10 Heroes at the same time, team up with players from across the community to defeat the World Boss together and get rewarded with up to 1500 Crystals.

LEGO Quest & Collect was released in Korea and 14 other Asian countries including Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Malaysia on July 13.

Available in the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, the game lets players build their collection of LEGO Minifigures and playsets from multiple LEGO product ranges including LEGO CITY, LEGO MINIFIGURES, LEGO NINJAGO, LEGO CASTLE, LEGO PIRATES and more.