LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Mandalorian Glitch Spawns Clone Army
A new failure in Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker generates a massive army of mandalorian clones. After years of waiting, Lego Star Wars: The Saga Skywalker is finally here and the fans are destroying the game. The nine main films are available in the game and allow you to play like hundreds of characters and creatures different from the entire Star Wars universe. Players can also get DLC packets that allow them to play as the expanded universe characters that Disney has created through derived films and Disney + programs during the last year, including the legendary Mandalorian.
Players have discovered that this DLC package can be used to duplicate characters. The Mandalorian package allows players to have a fellow Baby Yoda / Grogo non-playable that can be replaced in the menu, but actually ends up generating duplicate characters. YouTuber Bombastic discovered You can have up to 31 control clones (or probably any other character) and a handful of Baby Yodas at a time, but they will slowly disappear as the player carries new parts of a level. However, it is a very charming technical problem and, although it can greatly hinder the speed of frames, fans expect not to solve it.
There are also many other small details so that fans enjoy in the game. Some noticed that Finn and Poe are quite close on the game’s home screen, something about what was much speculated during the sequel trilogy. While there is no official confirmation that one of the characters like the other, it is a funny wink for fans who could feel the underlying voltage between the two. Fans also viewed a pretty surprising Xenoblade Easter egg in Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker __ that has sent Nintendo’s lovers to the moon.
Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker is now available at Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC. You can click here to see our game coverage.
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