LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Is Coming To Nintendo Switch

A collection of classic Star Wars games is on the way, includes limited physical editions

A collection of classic Star Wars games is on the way, includes limited physical editions

There will undoubtedly be many more characters playable in the game as well, if past games serve as an example.

Developed by TT Games in collaboration with the Lucasfilm Games team and published by Warner Bros.

No official release date has been announced, but you can look for it to come out in 2020 on Xbox, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC.

Most recently, Traveller's Tales adapted the then-new movie The Force Awakens, adapting the plot of that movie and even events that took place beforehand-a bit of padding, but sensible given that The Last Jedi wouldn't release until two years after. From the desert of Geonosis, to the swamps of Dagobah, to the snowfields of Starkiller Base - players will have the power to revisit any planet, at any time, in any order they wish. Ren is seen making a snowman version of Darth Vader and Rey is stunned to see this, which angers Kylo, hence their fight.

"With the Skywalker saga coming to an end, we wanted to give fans the ultimate Star Wars video game experience with all the humour and charm that is uniquely LEGO", said Douglas Reilly, Vice President, Lucasfilm Games.

If all goes as planned, LEGO Star Wars fans will have a bevy of content on their plates. Joining the cast are Naomi Ackie (Doctor Who), Richard E. Grant (Logan), Dominic Monaghan (Lord of the Rings), and Keri Russell (The Americans), who will also be joined by veteran Star Wars actors Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels and Billy Dee Williams, who will reprise his role as Lando Calrissian. We still don't have many details about the movie beyond the first teaser trailer and the recent influx of details from the extensive Vanity Fair cover story.

So far, it's been a solid E3 for Star Wars. Notably not included are Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2, although whether this is because fans of these games view these as separate to the rest of the "classic" Star Wars games or licensing issues with Bioware and EA have prevented their inclusion is unknown.