After months and months of uncertainty, and radio silence from TT Games – we finally got a fresh new gameplay trailer AND an indicative release window for the highly anticipated LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga video game.
At Gamescon, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment gave hungry fans a new look at The Skywalker Saga in this gameplay trailer which showcases more moments, planets and characters.
The Skywalker Saga is the most ambitious LEGO Star Wars video game yet, spanning all 9 movies from The Phantom Menace to The Rise of Skywalker.
Unfortunately, they stopped short of providing a firm release date, but the end of the trailer confirms that it will be available in Spring 2022, giving a window of March – May 2022. The game will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch and PC.
To fully illustrate the scale of the game, there will be 20 unlockable planets and over 300 playable characters in the game. In this screenshot from the trailer, you can see familiar locales like Dagobah, Hoth, Bespin, Kamino and Kashyyyk in the Star Wars Galaxy Map – along with some mystery planets.
The trailer does a fantastic job showcasing the variety of levels, play modes and characters that The Skywalker is promising, from flying the Millennium Falcon against Star Destroyers, to Lando running around in Kashyyyyk and also the Gungan Sub fleeing from a giant fish.
Apart from those epic moments, the trailer also showcases some the series’ trademark humour and easter eggs, such as a young Anakin Skywalker clutching a purple space teddy bear.
Spring 2022 might seem like forever, as the game has been plagued by delay, after delay. In case you were wondering The Skywalker Saga was meant to be released in late 2020 (judging by the unlockable code in the 2020 Star Wars Advent Calendar) – before having its release pushed to Spring 2021, and now Spring 2022.
Fingers crossed this is the final delay for The Skywalker Saga.
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