Sights from LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga you don’t see as closely in the films

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga features a galaxy of open worlds to explore, offering a closer glimpse at planets than we saw in the films.

Whether you prefer the sequels, original trilogy or the prequels, the locations we saw across the Skywalker Saga each featured mostly unique environments and interesting landmarks, but due to the nature of films, it was ultimately only a brief look at each planet.

However, LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga changes that by offering a fully-featured open-world area for almost every planet seen in the main collection of Star Wars movies, and we’ve picked out some of our favourites.

8 – Canto Bight

LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Canto Bight

Canto Bight is a city on the planet of Cantonica, though in The Last Jedi the focus is mostly aimed at the casino and jail. The rest of the city is featured in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and when you walk around it, it’s easy to see the Croatian inspiration in the Architecture, but with the sci-fi elements that you would expect from Star Wars.

7 – Exegol

LEGO Star Wars Exegol

As the secret home of the Sith, Exegol was introduced in The Rise of Skywalker and is home to a floating structure with lightning coursing beneath it. In the new game, Exegol is ultimately quite small, mostly hosting a way to replay the level from the film. However, take a look around and you’ll see huge debris from the brick-built ships and the area beneath the floating structure makes for a good photo spot too.

6 – Coruscant

While we do get a tour of Coruscant in the prequel trilogy, The Clone Wars animated series and other projects, being able to explore the technological planet’s various areas in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga showcase the vibrant colour palette of coruscant, especially in the Urscru district.

5 – Kamino

The weather on Kamino might not be pleasant in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, but getting to explore the cloning facility in full with the windowed corridor that gives you a look into the Clone’s lives from birth to their downtime offers a new way to appreciate the details from the developers. There are plenty of photo opportunities too.

4 – Kashyyyk

Star Wars Kashyyyk

The forest home of the Wookiees is also included in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga after being visited by Yoda and his legion of troopers in Revenge of the Sith. In the game, you can take to the treetops, wander along the beaches or stare at the huge Venator in the distance.

3 – Naboo

Naboo is home to two of the most interesting locations in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga in the form of Otoh Gunga and Theed. Theed is represented in full with the palace, the hangar and the surrounding streets including market stalls scattered throughout. In contrast, Otoh Gunga features floating bubble domes and fish swimming around, evoking the aquatic nature of the city.

2 – Pasaana

lego star wars pasaana

In The Rise of Skywalker Saga, Pasaana is home to the Festival of the Ancestors, though the cast of characters spends very little time exploring the festival before being on the run from the First Order. In LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, you can wander around the festival for yourself and speak to the many attendants, with games and other activities to complete while colourful fireworks ignite overhead.

1 – Utapau

lego star wars utapau

Utapau is the final resting place of General Grievous but it turns out the planet also includes a city to explore in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, helping to further explain where Obi-Wan Kenobi got his Boga thanks to a nearby ranch.

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