LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga fans will have to wait a little longer for the game to hit the market.
The release of the new block adventure was originally planned for later this year – there was talk of a release in October. But as the development studio Traveller's Tales announced at the Opening Night Live, the release will be delayed.
As can be seen, among other things, as part of the just published trailer, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is not due to appear until spring 2021. However, there is just as little a specific date as an exact explanation of why this postponement occurred in the first place. As a kind of consolation, the video gets you in the mood for the game. You get to see a nice mix of gameplay scenes and cutscenes that cover all the important eras of the Skywalker saga – from the original trilogy to the prequels and sequels. There are – as always in the LEGO video games – one or the other scene that makes you smile and pulls the template through the cocoa. Among other things, such well-known characters as Luke, Han Solo but also Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine can be seen.
The release of the action adventure is intended for the PC and consoles of the current and next generation.
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