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All the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga extras

Wondering what sort of wacky mutations feature in the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga extras? Read on to see what they are and how much they cost

R2D2, a bantha, and a bantha rider, hanging out in the desert in Lego Star Wars: the Skywalker Saga.

The Lego games always feature hilarious elements. They somehow manage to faithfully recreate iconic scenes from legendary films at the same time as poking fun at them. They have an amazing ability to charm every step of the way, and Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga doesn’t change that trend.

One of my favourite menus in the Lego games back in the day was the extras menu. There were always hilarious ways you could mess with the game, and luckily, it’s making a return. So, we’ve got all the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga extras together in a handy list, telling you what they do and how much they cost.

We’ve got tonnes of guides to help you out now that we’ve reached the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga release date. So, if you’re thirsting for more, don’t fear. There’s a Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga character guide so you know who you can hang out with, or a list of all the Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga codes if you need a helping hand to fill up that character roster.

Here we go then, all the extras in-game.

Two ships pass by a planet that looks like earth in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga extras

Here are all the extras you can find in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, as well as their in-game descriptions. Every extra costs one datacard to unlock, plus the number of studs noted below. Better get saving if you want to collect them all!

There’s one exception, and that’s the mumble mode. This replaces the spoken lines of dialogue with gibberish mumbles like the older Lego games have – it’s free from the beginning of the game, and can be turned on or off whenever you want.

  • Studs x2 (1,000,000) – studs collected are worth twice as much
  • Studs x4 (2,000,000) – studs collected are worth four times as much
  • Studs x6 (8,000,000) – studs collected are worth six times as much
  • Studs x8 (48,000,000) – studs collected are worth eight times as much
  • Studs x10 (384,000,000) – studs collected are worth ten times as much
  • Super GNK droid (1,000,000) – adds a golden GNK droid to the party
  • Porg companion (500,000) – a porg companion will aid you in battle
  • Baguette Lightsabers (250,000) – turns all lightsabers into freshly baked baguettes
  • Galaxy Rave (500,000,000) – turns galaxy free play into a fun disco
  • Television mode (250,000) – adds an old-timey screen effect to the game
  • Hologram mode (500,000) – gives playable characters and ships a hologram look
  • Retro mode (250,000) – adds a retro style screen effect to the game
  • GNK civilians (1,000,000) – replaces all civilians with GNK droids
  • Mumble mode (free) – replaces all voices with mumbles
  • Comedy weapons (250,000) – blasters and other ranged weapons are replaced with silly items
  • Rainbow effects (250,000) – certain attack effects are replaced with sparkly rainbow versions
  • Cantina music (250,000) – the infamous earworm from Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes will play on loop
  • Big head mode (500,000) – gives playable characters giant heads
  • Pew pew (500,000) – projectile sound effects are replaced with mouth-made versions
  • Universal translator (500,000) – allows any playable character to understand any language

There we have it. I know which Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga extra I’ll be unlocking first (spoiler: it’s pew pew). Anyway, check out our guide to Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga datacards to make sure you can actually unlock all these wacky modes.