LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Bounty Hunter Missions and More Detailed!

In this LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, I talk about our very first very first sighting of Captain Phasma, as she puts a First Order Storm Trooper Helmet on Finn, which results in Poe Dameron attacking him in the game’s Start Menu. I also talk about how Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Episode II – Attack of the Clones, Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, Episode IV – A New Hope, Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back, Episode VI – Return of The Jedi, Episode VII – The Force Awakens, Episode VIII – The Last Jedi, and Epispde IX – The Rise of Skywalker will be split into 5 Levels, each around 10-15 minutes long, as they concentrate on the key parts of the Story, such as Boss Battles, and Vehicle Sections.The first Level in The Phantom Menace, will have you playing through the underwater escape through the core of the Planet of Naboo. You’ll also play as Qui-Gon Jinn, and Obi-Wan Kenobi as they arrive on the Trade Federation Ship in the HUB World. Game Director James McLoughlin from TT Games has said that he knows nothing about The Rise of Skywalker, but did show a LEGO Recreation of the scene from the Movie’s Teaser Trailer, where Rey did a back flip over a Tie Fighter, as well as a look at Poe Dameron’s new Minifigure design in the game. Tosche Station, a location that featured in a deleted scene with Luke Skywalker in New Hope, can be found on Anchorhead in the Tatooine HUB World. Jabba The Hutt’s Sail Barge won’t be visible on Tatooine in Episode IV, but will feature in The Return of the Jedi. Some of the in-game HUB World Activities include, Smuggler Runs, which involve you picking up some cargo, and having to fly it from one System to the other, without being caught by the Empire, and Bounty Hunter Missions, which involve you having to travel to a Planet to seek out a Character that will be hidden on another Planet. When James McLoughlin was asked if the game would feature Online Co-Op, he simply responded with, “We have new technology,” And wouldn’t go on to say anything more than that.