Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is finally here, and when you dip into the extensive offer, you will quickly find that there is a lot going on here surprisingly. Since there is so much to do in this game, we have put together a few tips and tricks for beginners that you should consider to optimize your experience and get the most out of the game play the game.
If you have ever played a Lego game, you already know that, but given the fact, how central this is for the core gameplay loop, it is still worth mentioning. Environments in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga are full of objects that can be beaten in pieces to collect nubs, and we advise you to do with any opportunity to do. Of course, it could quickly get boring to break everything you see, so do not do that, but if you enter a room with many furniture, which just beg, smash everything. You will win many studs, and these are always valuable.
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga puts a surprising focus on exploration, with the story missions being separated by large sandbox cards that you can freely cross. The exploration is completely optional, and you can blow out story missions without ever depending on the critical path, but if you do that, you will miss a lot of funny things. Skywalker Saga’s sandbox cards are tightly packed with well-designed and entertaining activities that reward you with Kyber stones for progress, collectibles, characters and much more. All these side contents are among the great fun they will have in the game.
Visit locations again
Once you have unlocked a place in The Skywalker Saga, you can return there at any time – and you should definitely do that regularly. Why? Well, because in the course of the game, you will unlock new characters, many of which have skills that can help you achieve areas that were previously inaccessible. Go to older cards with these newly acquired characters to collect more Kyber stones, rivets and collectibles.
Upgrade for proud
Studs are a central currency in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, not otherwise than in his predecessors, and in the face of the sheer abundance of it in all corners and angles of the entire game it is not as if they were ever too short. However, you can never have too much, so in your main upgrade menu, make sure that you use your Kyber stones and nubs to prioritize the upgrade, the nubs in the area of continuing way to you Licent. Of course, this has obvious advantages, and this specific activation can then be updated twice, which makes it even more effective.
Upgrade for collectibles
Most upgrades in The Skywalker Saga feel more unnecessary, but there are some who are really useful, such as attracting stallions from a larger distance. Another useful upgrade highlights Kyber stones in their surroundings with weak blue outlines, while another does the same for other collectibles like minikits. Like the upgrade for studers, these two are not immediately available in the citizens tree, so work to unlock them as soon as possible.
Often you will find areas in the cards of The Skywalker Saga, which you can not reach, and while many, as already mentioned, are accessible only with specific character classes, playing as Jedi or Sith also some workarounds. For example, with Force Lift, you can not only stack boxes to get to higher places, but also lift characters themselves and let them float to remote protrusions or sidewalks.
The fight has experienced various improvements and revisions in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and when it comes to close fights, this happens mainly in the form of combos. While you can bother yourself by fighting, you will be rewarded by defeating enemies with more tunnels if you hold things varied and combinations of many different types of attacks. It’s also fun and is easy to pull through, so there is that too.
The Sandbox Cards by Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can sometimes be surprisingly big and tight, and they are absolutely littered with optional activities and collectibles, up to the point where sometimes it can be difficult to keep track. Our advice? Quite simply – just keep your card in mind. It marks Kyber stones, characters that have something to say, and most other interesting things and is particularly practical in some of the larger places.
In The Skywalker Saga, there are far over a thousand cyber stones, so there is no shortage of places where you can look for them. However, there are some ways to accelerate this process. One way is to fly with a ship in space and to track down Kyber comets. If you destroy one of them, you will get five Kyber stones, and these comets are not too hard to find what makes them a pretty good source to collect these stones.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga does not necessarily require you to trigger a secondary activity by first talking to characters – you can easily encounter and deal with it. If you get wind from activities in this way, you can track them in their protocol and determine them as active for waypoint markers and so on, what some of the busy and downtime when trying to find out where they should go to decrease. Another way to do this than talk to characters is to buy rumors directly with a number of studs from the questlog itself. This sum is always quite low if you want to save some time, do not hesitate to buy these rumors.