During the weekend, the Brooklyn Nets party attendees against the Charlotte Hornets could see an impressive exhibition for Lego Star Wars: Saga Skywalker. While the game will not be launched until next month, fans were able to play it early in an Xbox Series S contained within a real-size version of the Millennium Falcon’s cabin! Apparently, the kiosk was made with more than 200,000 LEGO bricks in total, and the configuration also included an elegant Custom Xbox Series S console, specially designed after the game. Unfortunately, this version of the console does not seem to be available for sale!
You can find a video that shows the kiosk on the tweet embedded below.
At this time, it is not clear if the kiosk will be at the Barclays Center for additional Games of the Brooklyn Nets, or if it was only there for Sunday’s game. It is an incredible screen, and it seems a great way for fans to see the Ska Skywalker before it is released. The Nets have two more games at home this week, so Star Wars fanatics who plan to attend will want to see if it is still there.
Lego Star Wars Games have found passionate followers over the years, and Saga Skywalker_ seems not to be an exception. The game will cover the three Star Wars trilogies: the originals, the precurs and the sequelae. Players can choose to enjoy movies in any order and there will be more than 300 playable characters, as well as multiple planets to explore. The Saga Skywalker seems the most ambitious offer that TT Games has released so far, but remains to be seen if the developer will keep the landing. Fortunately, Star Wars fanatics will not have to wait much more to discover it!
Lego Star Wars: The Saga Skywalker will be launched on April 5 at PlayStation 4, Playstation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and PC. Readers can check all our previous game coverage here.
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