LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga tips and tricks to help you on your journey

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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has tons of collectibles, cheat codes, and characters that you can unlock. There are more than enough things to do, and the game will keep you hooked for many hours on end. While LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is generally a straightforward video game and isn’t the hardest game by any means, it never hurts to have a little extra knowledge on some tips and tricks along the way.

Since LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has only been released for a little over a week, there still are a lot of things that many gamers may not know about the game. After all, new things are still being discovered about video games that came out decades ago. That is what makes video games so fascinating. You can go years and years without realizing something and then in the blink of an eye it can be made aware to you. Since LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is so new, it is good to have a few helpful tips and tricks right off the get go that will help you along the way.

Turn on Fall Recovery Mode in the settings

Like I said before, this video game isn’t going to make you pull your hair out hard. However, anytime you can save yourself on a handful of Studs, you might as well take up on that offer. When you first load up the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, Fall Recovery Mode is automatically disabled in the settings. What this setting means is that when it is enabled, you will no longer die from fall damage. While this option is also enabled, you will also no longer lose any Studs if you fall off of the map. This can be crucial as Studs are a precious currency that is used for just about everything in the video game.

Break everything that you see

If this is your first ever Lego video game, chances are you don’t know what to entirely expect. If you are used to playing Lego video games, then you know that you should smash just about everything. Destroying different objects around the map will reward you with a certain number of Studs and these Studs will be valuable to have throughout the course of the game. Especially if you have any Stud multipliers on, you will be racking up an overabundance of Studs and you can never have too many Studs.