The fanatics of the long series of LEGO video games will be happy to know that Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker is bringing back a dear feature that was seen in many of the original entries in the series. Specifically, that characteristic in question is Mumble mode, which converts the voices of the characters into the game in incoherent divulgations. While the LEGO series at a time used this style of voice by default, in recent years, the titles related to the largest franchise have begun to implement the actual voice action. Now, Saga Skywalker will allow players to choose between what option they prefer,

In the last trailer of Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker who became known this week, it was confirmed that Mumble mode will now return. This function has been requested quite for the community of the game over the years and a lot of fanatics quickly expressed their joy to see that it returns. While the default voice option in Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker will continue to see normal voice acting, Mumble mode should be activated from the first moment. If you want to see how this feature will be seen by itself, you can see it at the end of the attached video on the Tweet below.

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With the incorporation of Mumble mode in Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker, this definitely seems to be the most complete LEGO game to date. Although there has already been many guard of the Galaxies Games in the past, the developer TT Games has really gone further to make sure this is a title that should please both new and veterans. While it remains to be seen if the Saga Skywalker will be up to the expectations, everything they have shown us seems very promising.

As now, we also know, Lego Star Wars: The Saga Skywalker finally has a launch date and will arrive at the stores on April 5. When you arrive, you will arrive at the PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and PC platforms.

Are you excited to see that Mumble mode finally returns in Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker? And you will end up activating this function when you play? Let me know your own reaction in the comments or contact me on Twitter in @ mooreman12.