The LEGO Star Wars franchise is on the horizon, and with a brand new gameplay trailer previewed at Gamescom, the hype is now at an all-time high!
But what do we know so far about the game, and what can you expect to discover when it releases?
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Hold onto something, as here’s the latest gameplay trailer in all its glory! It made us laugh, and gave us chills at the same time!
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga‘s release date has recently gone through a few changes.
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While there were reports of the game being released for October, the information presently is that it is ‘coming soon’.
In the past, it has been pretty hard to pin down a pattern in the release dates of previous Lego video games, so we’ll have to be patient!
The game will release for the Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
From what we’ve seen in the gameplay trailer, it looks very impressive indeed!
TT Games promise to feature “every Star Wars character you can think of” in its playable roster, so expect to be able to choose from a list of hundreds of playable characters.
All of this will come together to build an authentic Star Wars adventure that’s going to be pretty unforgettable.
Play with friends
Just like in previous lego games, the Skywalker Saga will be supporting local co-op play, but we haven’t received word on whether online multiplayer will be available.
We look forward to playing with characters that behave with that tongue-in-cheek humour that we have come to expect from TT Games.
The cover artwork is a rare combination of all 9 films in the saga, and looks absolutely amazing!
The cover brings all parts of the Skywalker Saga together in beautiful Lego style, and there are rumours of special editions on the way too.
Obviously Darth Vader looms large, but Rey, Kylo Ren, BB8, and others all get their place in it.
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