Since 2005 we’ve seen Lego and Star Wars combine on five different occasions to release a game. With Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, set to come out next year, we’re on course for our sixth instalment. Sure, that does tell us there’s a winning formula here that keeps people coming back, but it also begs the question: how do you keep this combo fresh and avoid repetition? At a hands-off demo at E3, one of the features to catch our eye was a new gameplay feature that lets us fully explore the galaxy far, far away. While you’re on your travels, you’ll come across dynamic encounters – in our play-though we came across the huge Super Star Destroyer. It’s not all gunfights in space, though, and you can land on Star Destroyers and explore them, too. Oh, and you can also go on your space odyssey in the Millenium Falcon, too, of course. When you’re tired of star trekking across the galaxy, you can land on planets and even visit landmark locations, like the Mos Eisley Cantina and Tatooine.
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