TT Games' brick-filled, Minecraft-esque game, Lego Worlds, has just hit Steam Early Access and has a new trailer to boot.

Warner Bros. Interactive, Lego and TT Games have formally unveiled Lego Worlds, which is going to be a farming, action-adventure game filled with near-infinite numbers of worlds (all procedurally generated) that are 100 percent comprised of Lego bricks. You'll be able to interact with and build these environments however you'd like. PC gamers will be able to try an Early Access version of it on Steam. 

EurogamerPortugal has posted a trailer of Lego Worlds, where you'll be able to make your own playing fields with whatever you'd like in them. Whether you want a modern setting with helicopters and cars or a hilly desert filled with dragons and monsters, you'll be able to fill your world with whatever you'd like. We really wish this game had access to the assets from Lego Dimensions though.

LEGO Worlds embodies the physical, LEGO brick-building fun that consumers have enjoyed for decades, on a digital platform that delivers an entirely new type of experience with the beloved bricks,” said Tom Stone, Managing Director, TT Games. “From the brick-by-brick editor, to discovering an expansive range of items, characters and creatures to populate your worlds – the creative possibilities are endless.”

Unfortunately, Warner Bros. Interactive and TT Games have yet to reveal if there is are any console versions of Lego Worlds in the works.