Call of Duty brought to LEGO
In Diamond Lobby they wanted to do something different and special, and for this they decided to use the program Bricklink Studio 2.0. It is a software that allows you to design constructions based on LEGO blocks in three dimensions, since this program offers you the opportunity to browse each and every one of the blocks that exist in the brand’s catalog in order to create constructions virtual devices that can then be brought to life in the real world.
So technically they have not brought the Call of Duty maps to life with LEGO pieces, but they have virtually brought them to life, thus being able to calculate the number of pieces needed for construction, as well as the total cost of the entire set. How much would it cost to assemble a map of Call of Duty in LEGO?
Some gigantic sets
With the help of designer Evghenii Loctev, they recreated the most famous and iconic maps in the franchise, with great results. But to get the perfect image, they decided to position the camera so that they could get an image similar to the loading screens on each map. Thus, with some lighting tweaks, they managed to obtain a look identical to that of the game’s maps.
Unfortunately they have not shared the resources of each Bricklink Studio creation, so we simply have these static images that serve to imagine what the creations would be like. These are all the maps created with their necessary parts and the total cost of the project:
- Crash: 2,167 blocks at a cost of $ 1,340. It has dimensions of 1.11 x 1.46 x 0.43 meters.
- Castle: 12,873 blocks at a cost of $ 2,508. It has dimensions of 1.56 x 2.02 x 0.64 meters.
- Terminal: 18,043 blocks at a cost of $ 4,726. It has dimensions of 3.97 x 2.87 x 0.52 meters.
- Firing Range: 5,133 blocks at a cost of $ 1,988. It has dimensions of 1.94 x 1.79 x 0.41 meters.
- Rust: 1,811 blocks at a cost of $ 1,819. It has dimensions of 1.28 x 1.28 x 0.82 meters.
- Nuketown: 5,953 blocks at a cost of $ 3,033. It has dimensions of 1.54 x 1.35 x 0.67 meters.
- Slums: 3,456 blocks at a cost of $ 1,591. It has dimensions of 1.92 x 1.3 x 0.53 meters.
- RAID: 14,152 blocks at a cost of $ 2,474. It has dimensions of 1.76 x 2.19 x 0.42 meters.
If you are interested in making creations of this type from your computer, we leave you the download link for the Bricklink Studio 2.0 software so that you can unleash your creativity.