LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga lets its villains do the talking in a never-before-seen trailer. Darth Vader, Darth Maul or Palpatine make the Zouaves in a video on the Dark Side.
LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga continues to take us behind the scenes with a “Darkness Rises” trailer that concerns itself with the Dark Side of the Force. A trailer where the bad guys go crazy casually.
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This new trailer shows us that even being a villain, iconic in addition, we can find ourselves in very ridiculous but funny situations.
The last video of the game indeed gives pride of place to the emblematic villains of the franchise of George Lucas. From Vader to Palpatine to Kylo Ren, they all put on a show, including an ordinary stormtrooper who mimics the sound of a laser gun. Yes, that’s also the Dark Side, TT Games style.
The trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga offers a glimpse into the Dark Side of the Force by showcasing the greatest villains from the nine films in the saga. Players will be tested by many notorious villains such as Emperor Palpatine, an extremely dangerous and menacing character. General Grievous, a spindly four-armed droid, stands out above all for his ability to wield four lightsabers at the same time. Darth Maul is a fearsome warrior on the dark side, and vengeful Kylo Ren admires the villains who came before him. He wields an intimidating cross-hilted lightsaber. Boba Fett, the legendary bounty hunter will also be there, as well as the fearsome and ambitious Darth Vader. These are just a few of the many villains players will encounter on their journey across the galaxy.
LEGO Star Wars: the ultimate game for fans?
The game will recount the events of the nine films with, as usual, a large cast of playable characters. And from what we could see, it smells like a little gem that we can’t wait to take in hand for longer.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will be available on April 5, 2022 on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC. The minimum and recommended configurations have also been shared.