This April will seeLEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga is now availableA video game. Recently, the LEGO Star Wars Twitter account confirmed the game’s official release. “Gone Gold”. A game that is certified gold means it’s officially ready for release. The game will then be sent off to the presses for printing onto game discs.
#LEGOStarWarsGame has gone gold – cue the Throne Room Theme! We are extremely proud of the team’s dedication and hard work.
Fun fact: When a game has been deemed “gold”, it means it is ready to ship! pic.twitter.com/SdUUWLaJvZ
The LEGO Star WarsVideogame series are a long-running series that started in 2005. The LEGO Star WarsThe Video Game was first game. It adapted the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy’s stories of The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and the then-upcoming Revenge of the Sith. The game combined Star Wars action with the creativity of LEGO brick construction. toys.
The game sold nearly 3.3 Million units and in 2006 Travelers Tales releases a follow-up, LEGO Star WarsII: The Original Trilogy. The game was a continuation of the original trilogy, which included Return of the Jedi, Empire Strikes Back, A New Hope and The Empire Strikes Back. The game introduced new methods for customization and building, as well expanding the number of characters.
They released a number of books in 2007 LEGO Star WarsThe Complete Saga is a compilation that combines two of the original games to create a new one. “Complete Package”Of all the movies. In 2011, LEGO Star Wars: The Clone Wars released. This adaptation featured a number of episodes from Star Wars: The Clone Wars (2008). In 2016, LEGO Star WarsThe release date was LEGO Star WarsThe Force Awakens. This adaptation is from 2015 Star Wars The Force Awakens.
Travelers Tales was able make a game that combined all three eras in the Star Wars film series. This is now the Disney-era Trilogy. With this game, characters from all eras can interact in many different ways. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will soon be available.
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