Lego Star Wars: The Saga Skywalker will be launched in less than a month, and the developer TT Games has been working hard to generate enthusiasm for the game. Today, the developer threw a completely new video called “Building the Galaxy”, and shows the level of detail that the team put on the various planets that will appear in the game. The Saga Skywalker will allow players to visit several places of the movies, including Tatooine, Naboo, Hoth and more. In the video, we can see the meticulous work that TT Games performed to replicate these dear places.
The new video can be found embedded below.
In the video we can see how environments are reflected through the playable characters. For example, in Tatooine, you can see the grains of sand covering the characters (poor anakin). Speaking of playable characters, the video shows a series of minor characters that can be played in the game, including Babu Frik, Mama The Hutt and Jedi Knight Yaddle.
As its name indicates, _ Saga Skywalker_ allows players to visit the nine films that cover the three trilogies. Players can choose the movies in the order they want, and each one will be divided into five different levels. However, as we can see in the video, there will also be a series of optional secondary missions to complete, and sometimes they will require players to visit different planets to complete them. Doing so will help players unlock additional characters and vehicles.
So far, Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker looks like an essential game for Star Wars and LEGO fans alike. It is clear that it has worked a lot in the title, and the players will have a lot to see and do. The game will be launched on April 5 at PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC, so fanatics will not have to wait much more to see if it is up to expectations. Meanwhile, readers can consult all our previous coverage of the game here.
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