New PS Plus trial gives you two hours to earn Lego 2K Drive trophies

Lego 2K Drive has received a PS Plus Trial that Premium members can check out on PS5 and PS4. Players will be able to earn a few trophies during this trial.

New PS Plus trial gives you two hours to earn Lego 2K Drive trophies
Sean Lawson

Sean Lawson

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You can now get a taste of the Lego 2K Drive trophies thanks to PS Plus Premium. That's right, you now have access to a Lego 2K Drive PS Plus Trial. You can check out our PS Plus Trials guide for more information on the games you can test out before you purchase.

Lego 2k Drive is now available to trial for all PS Plus Premium subscribers

The Lego 2K Drive trial can be accessed by anybody with a PS Plus Premium subscription and is available on both PS5 and PS4. To enable the trial, you go to the PS Plus tab on your PS5, then to trials, and download the game. Lego 2K Drive is just shy of 17GB, so shouldn't take too long to install. If you are unable to complete the full two-hour trial in one sitting, you can exit the game to pause the countdown — do this rather than pausing in-game.
The Lego 2K Drive trophies don't appear to be all that simple considering this is a Lego game, a franchise that usually contains far simpler platinums. As it stands right now, the platinum trophy 'Tastes Like Platinum' sits with an overall completion rate of 0.10% on PSN, which is surprisingly low. From the looks of things, earning this platinum will take around 60 or so hours, which means you'll likely only scratch the surface of the trophy list in the two-hour-long PS Plus Trial.

If you're lucky, you'll maybe earn five or six trophies before your time expires. Lego 2K Drive is a big open-world game that is overflowing with collectibles, miscellaneous tasks, and cumulative trophies (such as driving a certain amount of miles or wrecking your car 100 times). A lot of the trophies are just not feasible to earn in the short amount of time the trial offers.
With that all in mind, if this game is something that has piqued your interest, then checking out the trial might be worth it. You can make a nice headstart with the game, earn a few trophies, and just get a feeling of if this game is right for you. Personally, I'm not a big racing fan, however, I do have a soft spot for Lego games. So, I may end up checking this game out and attempting to earn a few trophies in the process — this is why I love PS Plus Tirals so much.

What do you make of this new Lego 2K Drive PS Plus trial? Will you be checking it out? Think we should add Lego 2K Drive to our best PlayStation racers list? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
Written by Sean Lawson
Sean is a Staff Writer with a focus on the geekiest Sony news. He writes stories about unobtainable PlayStation trophies, the best PS Plus games, as well as RPGs and Fighting games. He is also excited for Tekken 8, Dragon Age Dreadwolf, Baldur's Gate 3, and Dragon's Dogma 2 to launch on PS5. Sean’s favourite games include Mass Effect, Tomb Raider, Tekken, and Persona.
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