LEGO Star Wars Battles Game Coming to Mobile Devices

LEGO Star Wars Battles has simply been introduced by Warner Bros and Lucasfilm Games. It’ll be a technique game with deck-building components, specializing in one-versus-one multiplayer battles. This new launch is slated to carry the LEGO Star Wars gaming model over to cell gadgets.

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The game is being developed by TT Games Brighton, which isn’t to be confused with the console-destined game LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Rather than retelling the films just like the mainline LEGO Star Wars video games, this one will focus completely on battles.

The official press launch tells us that the game “permits gamers to combine and match characters and autos from all eras of the Star Wars galaxy, constructing a deck of mild aspect or darkish aspect forces to battle in fast-paced, aggressive matches. With intuitive contact controls, gamers will deploy troops and construct LEGO towers on the battlefield to defend and seize territory as they try and destroy their opponents’ base.”

LEGO Star Wars Battles will characteristic content material from all 9 of the primary motion pictures, in addition to Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. There’s no love right here for Star Wars: Rebels, Star Wars: Resistance or Solo: A Star Wars Story, it could appear, though we will not rule out extra content material being added later.

We know that the game will characteristic masses of acquainted areas, with Scarif, Naboo, Hoth, Endor, and Geonosis all talked about within the press bumf. The autos talked about embody AT-ATs, TIE bombers, and the long-lasting Millennium Falcon. And should you have been questioning, sure, we will affirm that the game will characteristic Porgs.

The precise LEGO Star Wars Battles launch date is but to be confirmed, however we do know that the game will launch on iOS and Android gadgets in 2020.

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