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Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is the sixth entry in the Lego Star Wars video game franchise. It was developed by TT Games and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The game features 45 levels and over 380 characters from all nine main entries in the Star Wars film series, with additional characters from other films and TV shows being released as DLC.

The game was released on 5 April 2022 for Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

Official Description

The galaxy is yours in LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga. In this brand-new game, players will experience memorable moments and nonstop action from all nine Skywalker saga films reimagined with signature LEGO humor. The game will immerse players in the expansive saga with the freedom to control hundreds of characters, ships and vehicles to create their own unique journey through the galaxy.


At the start of the game, players can decide with which trilogy they want to start: The prequel-trilogy with Episode I - The Phantom Menace; the original-trilogy with Episode IV - A New Hope; or the sequel-trilogy with Episode VII - The Force Awakens. The next episode from every trilogy is unlocked by completing the story line of the previous one. Every episode features five main story missions, making it a total of 45 story missions. The combat system had a rework from previous installments, such as characters with lightsabers are now able to use a variety of combos, while aiming with a blaster will now put you in a over-the-shoulder camera view.

Unlike LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, the game doesn't feature a main hub area like the Mos Eisley Cantina, but an open-world featuring many widely explorable planets, moons and iconic Star Wars landmarks. Some big ships like Star Destroyers and the Death Star also feature an explorable interior. The open-world features various side missions and random encounters, like Star Destroyers jumping out of hyperspace, sending TIE fighters after the player, which players can fight or flee.

The game features many collectibles, such as the in previous games established Minikits, or the newly introduced data cards and kyber bricks. The kyber bricks are used to upgrade the new skill tree, which features various upgrades to the different character classes: Jedi, Dark Side, Hero, Villain, Scavenger, Scoundrel, Bounty Hunter, Astromech Droid, Protocol Droid, Extra. Each class has different and unique abilities, which can be upgraded using the skill tree. Data cards are very rare, and are used to unlock different extras such as mumble mode.

While many new things have been added to the game in comparison to previous titles, the character customization tool has been removed.


The game features a variety of different types of missions, such as story levels, side missions, puzzles, trials or challenges.

Story levels

The game features 45 main story missions. Every story mission has 6 kyber bricks to gain: one for finishing the level, three for gathering enough studs and the "True Jedi" title, one for collecting all five minikits in a level, and one for completing all of the three unique level challenges that are featured in every level.

List of characters (Note; this list is incomplete)

Please note that this list is incomplete and it has to be improved.


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Explore the Galaxy Map and visiting planets. Then land to check out the area

  • The Interior
    • Couruscant
    • Jakku
    • Takodana
  • New Territories
    • Ajan Kloss
    • Yavin 4
    • Cantonica
  • The Slice
    • Kijimi
    • KashyyyK
  • Risihi Maze
    • Kamino
  • Arkanis Sector
    • Tatooine
    • Geonosis
  • Trailing Sectors
    • Naboo
    • Pasaana
    • D'Qar
  • Western Reaches
    • Dagobah
    • Utapau
    • Mustafar
  • Greater Javin
    • Bespin
    • Crait
    • Hoth
  • Unknown Regions
    • Ahco-to
    • Kef Bir
    • Endor
    • Exegol

Media Gallery



Lego Star Wars games
Games Lego Star Wars: The Video Game (Game Boy Advance)
Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (Game Boy AdvanceNintendo DS)
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Nintendo DS)
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars (Handheld)
Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Handheld)
Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga