5 REASONS LEGO Star Wars: THE SKYWALKER SAGA COULD BELIEVE TO BE THE BEST LEGO GAME YET
Start building your lightsabers and blasters. Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, which is only two months away, is shaping up as the best Lego game to date. TT Games has added new gameplay features to make it more entertaining for all players. Fans will be able to travel through the nine films starting April 5.
Star Wars fans will soon watch all nine films in the brick format. Although there have been delays, the Lego franchise is now available on new-generation consoles. TT Games has a lot of plans to ensure that Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga will be their best yet. Seven of the films have appeared in previous games, so it is important to keep the experience new. This could make the upcoming release seem more like a remake than a brand new game.
The developers recently shared a gameplay overview video that showed what the fans could expect. The gameplay demo was exciting, and people were excited to see what it would bring. Let’s look at five reasons why the Lego Star Wars game could be the best in the series.
ENHANCED CLOSE COMBAT
Lego combat was once limited to hitting the punch button. However, it has evolved over the years. For example, the Marvel and DC titles let players execute combo strikes or special moves. Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga, however, seems to offer the best close combat experience. Lightsaber-wielders can use their fists or any other weapon to avoid or block attacks and even perform special combo moves. A gameplay video showed an air combo. Lego Tekken, anybody?
This small but significant change has seen the health display for enemies change from hearts to a standard bar. This will make it possible to fight more difficult bosses. In the past, bosses had three seats, so they were relatively easy to defeat. Combating The Emperor will be as difficult as it should. This new dodge mechanic will be very useful. It will be fascinating to see how the combat system develops for future projects at TT Games. It’ll be an integral part of making this Star Wars entry the best Lego yet.
300+ PLAYABLE CHARACTERS
Every Lego game has more characters than you can use to destroy objects. The Skywalker Saga will feature over 300 characters from all nine films. It’s possible that your favorite Star Wars character, from the most famous heroes to obscure droids, will be included. If they aren’t, you can still look for them among the 500 NPCs scattered across the planets. It has over 800 characters, exempting future DLC. This shows how much developers care about this beloved sci-fi franchise.
Classes are a major feature of characters. Each character will receive one of nine classes. These classes include Jedi, Hero, Dark Side, and Astromech Droid. Each class comes with abilities that can unlock progressively and can be upgraded with collectible Kyber Bricks. This is a fantastic addition to Lego games that’s RPG-like. Players with extra motivation should hunt these bricks. It will be fascinating to see how powerful characters, particularly the Dark Side class, can become.
Space battles were a new feature in the trailer. These are when players travel between planets and engage in fast-paced combat sequences. Side missions will be available to unlock new vehicles. Unfortunately, VR support will not be available to Squadrons fans. This wonderful addition will make Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga one of the most comprehensive Lego games.
At the moment, it is not clear how many vehicles will be available and what options they will offer. It will also be interesting to see if they will be split into upgradeable classes similar to the characters. Players will add an extra gun or boost to their TIE Fighter. This game will be available for purchase on April 5. The franchise’s future is assured by TT Games’ upgraded Games’ upgraded upgrade system guarantees the franchise’s future positive changes. When aiming a blaster, players will enter a third person, over-the shoulder camera angle. This is a lot more straightforward than the Lego previous games. It is no longer necessary to fight with a slow-moving, stationary reticule. An enemy’s reaction to being shot at a particular body part is a nice detail. The trailer shows a Stormtrooper grabbing their left leg after being shot, after that being shot. This is a refreshing change from enemies ree way to every attack or just standing there.
A cover system can also be added to the new camera angle. The cover system allows characters to hide behind walls and objects to get a few shots. This suggests that there will be intense shootouts throughout The Skywalker Saga. There will likely be Hero-class upgrades that give blasters an edge in these shootouts. This Star Wars entry is a great place for making the needed changes to gunplay in the Lego series.
MASSIVE FREE ROAM
TT Games has been working for many years to increase the Lego series’s roaming freedom. There will be the exploration of many moons and planets, such as Endor and Tatooine. An investigation will be possible on certain ships, such as the Death Star. These hubs will have side missions. NPCs will ask for favors and play mini-games. You will also find many collectibles. It will be harder than ever to get to that special 100 percent due to the sheer amount of content.
Thanks to an enhanced graphics engine, each hub will have stunning visuals while residents go about their daily lives. While snowy planets appear dark, bright planets will shine brightly on characters. Bricks look amazing! Lego Star Wars will feature some of the most stunning visuals in the franchise. These are just a few of the many improvements we can look forward to when seeing the best Lego games yet.