Many fans feel like they've been waiting forever to get their hands on LEGO: Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, which is understandable given how many times the game has been delayed since it was first announced. Thankfully, it seems that the streak of date changes is finally coming to an end, with its final release set for April 5.
The lead-up to the highly anticipated collection has offered plenty of previews to fans, from seeing the beautiful city streets of Coruscant, getting glimpses of its insane character roster of nearly 400 names, and knowing of several DLC packs already planned for after launch.
Despite all of that, new previews for The Skywalker Sagaaren't quite done yet. It seems that fans have at least one more trailer to look forward to before the project releases.
New LEGO Star Wars Trailer Announced
GamesRadar+'s flagship Future Games Show announced that it will be debuting an exclusive trailer for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga at its upcoming show on March 24.
The show will be streamed live on all major streaming platforms. The short video teaser included in the post can be seen below:
The LEGO Launch is Almost Here
The real question is: do fans need another trailer for the game? Probably not; though keeping in line with launch-trailer traditions, it's only right. Given everything seen to date, future purchasers already know most of what to expect.
For one, the amount of content the game will have is staggering. The entire story will cover the entirety of Episodes I through IX and feature the ability to travel across the galaxy freely as various missions take gamers into hyperspace.
Those hoping to see more recent content from packs such as The Mandalorian and The Book of Boba Fett shouldn't expect to see story content from them or the various other spinoff films or animated series in the franchise. While there may not be levels from those projects, various characters will be playable in both the base game and DLC.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga releases on April 5.