Skywalker Saga

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga gamers are utilizing immortal kids for air combo follow and stage skipping

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Remember that half in Revenge of the Sith when Anakin kills the Jedi younglings? That scene in all probability wouldn’t have been as horrific if we noticed him air juggling the youngsters along with his lightsaber, like what Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga gamers are doing.

The game’s barely been out a few days and gamers have found that kids characters, or on the very least younger Anakin, don’t take pleasant hearth harm and subsequently can’t be killed. While this was doubtless intentional on developer Traveller’s Tales’ half, what in all probability wasn’t is that it means they are often juggled in mid-air with lightsaber combos for a extremely, actually very long time.

As demonstrated on Twitter, other than it being actually humorous to have a look at and virtually resembling a Devil May Cry game, this method can be utilized to cross massive pits and successfully skip parts of a stage. Depending on which Jedi you play as, you’ll be able to even ascend vertically and attain areas you’re not speculated to.

so, kids. not less than this little one, do not take pleasant hearth harm, so i discovered my check dummy. additionally facet notice, you need to use kids to cross massive pits and void area. im calling this Child Flight @ddx_exe pic.twitter.com/rkTzSQDNr9

— Red Orb (@RedOrbFragment) April 6, 2022

It wouldn’t be stunning if this method turns into adopted by speedrunners sooner or later. Although it’s fully potential that Traveller’s Tales will patch this exploit out in an update, alongside the opposite bugs and glitches that sadly plague the game. For the time being not less than, anybody who doesn’t like Anakin can take pleasure in endlessly smacking him round.

so, kids. not less than this little one, do not take pleasant hearth harm, so i discovered my check dummy. additionally facet notice, you need to use kids to cross massive pits and void area. im calling this Child Flight @ddx_exe pic.twitter.com/rkTzSQDNr9

— Red Orb (@RedOrbFragment) April 6, 2022