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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Cheats & Tips

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LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Cheats and Tips

LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga is a Lego-themed action-adventure game that adapts all nine entries of the Star Wars movies. You can start the game at any point in the Star Wars timeline; whether it's jumping in with Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, beginning the original trilogy with Star Wars: A New Hope, or launching right into Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. There are more than 300 playable characters from throughout the galaxy. You will be able to choose from a legion of heroes like Luke Skywalker, Qui-Gon Jinn, Chewbacca, Leia Organa and Poe Dameron, or turn to the dark side as Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, Darth Maul, Emperor Palpatine and more. LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Switch, and PC. Take a look at our cheats and tips to get help in the game.

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LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Cheats, Tips Strategy


Below is a collection of hints and tips that will help you to progress in the game. These include why it is important to always use the map and why you will need to reply the game multiple times:

Use the Map


It is essential in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga that you use the map to see the whereabouts of the Kyber Blocks or Minikits. The quickest way to access the map is to press down on the d-pad to be taken directly to the map of the area you are in, doing this will mean you will not have to sift through the options menus to access it. At the map you will be able to see if the area you are in requires platforming, the use of a specific character, or some kind of puzzle-solving.

Explore Everywhere


LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga rewards exploring. There are hidden goodies tucked away into every corner of every map so make sure you are always looking around and don't be afraid to break away from the main quests in order to do so. Talking to the characters you encounter will always help lead you to something of value and every room you enter will be filled with LEGO block structures you can destroy to accumulate studs for upgrades and characters.

Break Everything


Make sure that you destroy every LEGO block structure you see on all the missions as there are several Kyber Blocks in each level that can only be obtained by having enough LEGO studs to acquire the True Jedi ranking. To ensure you have accumulated enough studs you need to break everything you see, getting enough studs is crucial in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga as they are necessary for everything from upgrading your characters to purchasing new ones. Take a look at our How to Earn Studs Fast guide to find out how you can easily farm the currency of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.



Collect Scattered Bricks


When your character dies in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga the bricks that they have collected will fly everywhere. The game does however give you a chance to recollect them before they start to disappear but in order to do so you need to be quick. If you find this frequently happening you may need to upgrade your vitality to strengthen your character. Keep in mind there is an option to disable losing studs due to falling which you can enable by going to the 'Options' menu and selecting 'Fall Assist'.

Pay Attention to the Combo Meter


Even though combat in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is pretty simple, you should still pay attention to the combo meter as this is a way of getting additional studs. Basically, every hit builds your combo meter and when it is full you will be rewarded with studs. If however, too much time passes between hits the combo meter will reset. This means the way to prevent the combo meter from resetting is to know where the next enemy to hit is going to be before dispatching the current enemy you are fighting. The combo meter does not reset if you are hit.

Replay the Game


In LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga there are several things that you will not be able to obtain on your first playthrough. In order to access these things you will need to replay these missions in the Freeplay mode with different character types. Returning to previously completed missions is simple, so there is no need to worry about missing anything. You will not be able to do everything at once in this game, the best approach is to pursue one set of goals and ignore others, then come back and complete what you missed. Replaying stages is never not profitable, you will always be able to get studs.



Where to Find Kyber Bricks


The best place to look for Kyber Bricks is any major city area as they will all give you plenty of opportunities to acquire them. The more types of characters you have the easier it will be for you to obtain these bricks. Another place that will allow you to grab a quick supply of Kyber Bricks is in the space sections which open up as you work through the nine campaigns. Nearly all of them will have a Kyber asteroid which if you destroy will give you five Kyber Bricks.

How to Spend Kyber Bricks


Kyber Bricks in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga are a currency - not just a collectable, and you need to acquire them to make the most of the skill tree. During the early part of the game when you don't have many Kyber Bricks it is more beneficial to invest them on making any challenges you are struggling on easier. It is also recommended that you spend the Kyber Bricks on unlocking skills that will increase the amount of studs you gain as this will make getting the True Jedi achievement easier to obtain.

Unlock Codes


Most of the characters and ships in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will be locked When you start the game, and to acquire them you will need to complete story missions. There are though some codes that exist that you can enter into the game to get some characters and ships straight away without having to spend studs on unlocking them.

Shmi
Enter the code T9LM1Q

Shaak Ti
Enter the code VT1LFNH



Mister Bones
Enter the code BAC1CKP

Emperor Palpatine:
Enter the code SIDIOUS

GNK Droid (Christmas Variant):
Enter the code LIFEDAY

Chewbacca (Christmas Variant):
Enter the code WOOKIEE

D-O Droid (Christmas Variant):
Enter the code TIPYIPS

Poe Dameron (Christmas Variant):
Enter the code KORDOKU

Darth Vader (Christmas Variant):
Enter the code WROSHYR

Grand Moff Tarkin:
Enter the code 3FCPPVX

Poggle The Lesser:
Enter the code Z55T8CQ

Nute Gunray:
Enter the code WBFE4GO

Ratts Tyerell:
Enter the code GR2VBXF

Razor Crest (Mandalorian's Ship):
Enter the code ARVALA7



Galaxy's Edge/Resistance Transport Ship:
Enter the code SHUTTLE

Dengar (Bounty Hunter):
Enter the code OKV7TLR

Admiral Holdo:
Enter the code XV4WND9

In order to enter the codes above to unlock the corresponding character or ship you must do the following:

1. Press 'up' on your d-pad to open the Holoprojector.

2. Go to the 'Extras' tab.

3. Click on the 'Enter Code' option and input a code. This must be done one at a time.

Alternatively, you can also open the 'Pause' menu and select the key icon labeled 'Enter Code'. Take a look at our Unlock Character Guide to find out how you unlock the characters in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

Cheats


There are several cheats you can add to LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga at the 'Extras' menu if you are prepared to part with the required number of studs. The Mumble Mode cheat is free to turn on/off whenever you please. The cheats you have to pay studs to unlock are as follows:

Mumble Mode:
Replaces all voices with mumbling sounds (free)

Studs x2:
Multiplies the amount of LEGO studs collected times 2 (costs one million studs)

Studs x4:
Multiplies the amount of LEGO studs collected times 4 (costs two million studs)



Studs x6:
Multiplies the amount of LEGO studs collected times 6 (costs eight millions studs)

Studs x8:
Multiplies the amount of LEGO studs collected times 8 (costs 48 million studs)

Studs x10:
Multiplies the amount of LEGO studs collected times 10 (costs 384 million studs)

Baguette Lightsabers:
Replaces laser swords with French sticks (costs 250,000 studs)

Big Head Mode:
Iinflates the heads of playable characters (costs 500,000 studs)

Cantina Music:
Plays the Mos Eisley Cantina music continuously (costs 250,000 studs)

Comedy Weapons:
Replaces guns and other ranged weapons with comedy props (costs 250,000 studs)

Galaxy Rave:
Adds disco lights and music to every location (costs 500 million studs)

GNK Civilians:
Swaps NPCs for GONK droids (costs one million studs)

Hologram Mode
Adds a holographic effect to characters and ships (costs 500,000 studs)

Pew Pew:
Swaps blaster noise for a spoken 'pew!' (costs 500,000 studs)

Porg Companion:
You will be joined in battle by a helpful Porg (costs 500,000 studs)



Rainbow Effects:
Sparkly rainbows replace some weapon-firing graphics (costs 250,000 studs)

Retro Mode:
Adds an old-school visual feel to the whole game (costs 250,000 studs)

Super GNK Droid:
A golden GONK droid joins your party (costs one million studs)

Television Mode:
Adds a different old-school visual feel to the whole game (costs 250,000 studs)

Universal Translator:
All characters now understand all languages (costs 500,000 studs)

Most of the cheats listed above will also require you to part with a Datacard, which are collectable items in the game that are hidden in some top-secret locations dotted around the galaxy.


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