Beginner’s Guide to LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga: Tips, Tricks and Strategies

There’s a lot going on under the hood in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. There is a lot to collect, a lot of worlds to explore and a bunch of systems to interact with. It can all be a little overwhelming at first. Fortunately, we will help you. From collecting kyber blocks to the best ways to get stacks of those oh-so-highly valuable spikes, this guide will help you get started in the game.

Tips for playing LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga for beginners

Destroy everything

Some kyber blocks in each level can only be obtained by having enough LEGO spikes to earn the title of a true Jedi. To gain the required number of spikes, it is best to break everything that catches your eye. These spikes are also needed for everything from upgrading characters to buying new ones. You must have enough of them.

Even in missions where you race, you have to smash the available LEGO brick structures to earn more spikes. Feel free to destroy everything you see. However, sometimes you can restore objects to earn another portion of spikes. So it’s not just destruction.

Use the Jedi to rise

If you need to get to a high place, you can ask your partner to jump onto a Force-liftable block and use your Jedi character to lift that block up. The character itself cannot be raised, with the exception of droids. This makes the Jedi and Droid pair quite useful when picking up collectibles located in inaccessible places.

For this reason, one of your first priorities before hunting for collectibles should be to acquire a droid character. Fortunately, completing the very first mission of Episode 4: A New Hope will give you access to R2-D2 and C-3PO.

Collect all blocks

Similar to the rings in Sonic, if you die, a bunch of your blocks will scatter all over the place. You will have a chance to collect them. But you’ll have to hurry, as they will start to disappear. With that in mind, if this happens to you often enough, you should probably increase the vitality and make your characters a bit more resilient.

The game also has an option to disable the loss of spikes due to falling. Just go to the options menu and select Fall Assist. This is a LEGO game, not Dark Souls. Losing spikes due to a fall sucks.

Your card is your best friend

Generally speaking, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga doesn’t hide kyber blocks or minikits from you. They are usually shown on the map. Therefore, if you want to collect all these items, then the first thing to do is turn to the map. Often they require clearing a platform, using one of the various characters, or solving puzzles to get them, but many of them are quite simple.

Pressing the d-pad will take you directly to the map of the area you are in. It’s much faster than rummaging through the options menu.

Combo for parts

Combat in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is fairly straightforward. However, there is a combo counter here, and it is worth paying attention to. Basically, for each hit you will accumulate a counter; when the meter fills up, you will be rewarded with spikes.

If too much time passes, the combo counter will reset. It does not reset if you get hit (this is not Devil May Cry). So you don’t have to be too careful. The essence of the game is to know where the next enemy will be before dealing with the current enemy.

Replay is what matters in the game

There are a number of items that you simply cannot get the first time. You will have to return to these missions in free play mode with different types of characters. So don’t worry too much about “missing out” something. In fact, nothing can be missed, as the game makes it easy to return to previously completed missions.

Often the best approach is to actively pursue one set of goals and ignore the others, and then come back and complete what you missed. Don’t try to do everything at once. In the worst case, you will repeat the level only to fail to complete any of the objectives, but you will still earn a bunch of spikes in the process. Replaying stages is never disadvantageous.

Episode 1 missions are good for farming parts

Episode 1 is very fast paced and can be played fairly quickly. By the time you’ve completed the second mission in A New Hope, you’ll probably already be able to complete all levels of The Phantom Menace. It’s worth going through this content quickly to use it for early game spikes.

The catapult section in Outmanned But Not Out-Gungan-ed is especially good for quickly accumulating spikes (focus on hitting troops with the catapult and ignore ships until you’re satisfied with the amount of spikes you’ve earned). And this mission can be completed in a few minutes.

Use kyber blocks wisely

If you are drowning in kyber blocks, then upgrade them as you see fit. However, early in the game, you may find that you don’t have many of them at hand. Since the main game is not particularly difficult, they are better used to make some tasks easier. For example, if you’re having a hard time taking out 3 Vulture Droids quickly in the last level of Episode 1, you can increase the damage you deal while in a vehicle.

Another great way to use kyber blocks is to unlock skills that will increase the number of spikes you get. This is a great way to fill your pockets and make it easier to get the True Jedi achievement at the same time.

Where can I quickly find kyber blocks

If you’re actively looking to stockpile kyber blocks quickly by going to any major city, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to acquire them. Obviously, the more character types you have, the easier it will be to get these blocks.

One of the best places to get kyber blocks quickly is in the space sections. Most of them have kyber blocks. If you destroy him, he will give you five kyber blocks. Many of these space sections will unlock as you progress through the nine campaigns.

Explore

Hey, it’s not that serious. This is a LEGO game. If you just go to explore, the game will always reward you. Is always. In LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, there are treasures in every corner of every map. Everyone you talk to will help you find something of value. Every corner of every room is full of things that can be broken to get valuable spikes.

In general, you can’t go wrong just by running around. This game is perfect for those who just want to explore, so don’t be afraid to break away from the main quests and go camping.

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