Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is an incredibly enjoyable experience. Whether you embark on a thrilling solo journey or team up with a friend for multiplayer excitement, the game’s simple yet challenging gameplay guarantees a good time. And what adds even more fun to an arcade multiplayer experience? Cheat codes!
In the modern gaming landscape, cheat codes are becoming less prevalent, with many games opting for cosmetic stores or paid DLCs to unlock content. However, Lego titles keep the spirit of cheat codes alive, offering secret codes that unlock various goodies. These codes are often elusive and difficult to guess, so we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all the cheats in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga and what they unlock.
Before diving into the cheats, make sure to check out our beginner’s guide and the guide on how to play co-op in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga if you’re new to the game.
How to Enter Cheat Codes
Entering cheat codes typically involves accessing a dedicated menu or inputting a series of button prompts on a specific screen. In Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, the developers have chosen the former method, presenting a clean and user-friendly interface for entering codes.
To input cheat codes, simply pause the game and navigate to the right on the menu until you find the “Enter Code” option. Select it, and you’ll be taken to a digital keyboard where you can enter a seven-digit cheat code. Once you’ve entered the code, the unlocked content will automatically be available for use in Free Play mode.
It’s worth noting that cheat codes are distinct from regular cheats, which can be found in the Extras menu. Regular cheats do not require codes to unlock; instead, they are obtained using Datacards, collectible items specific to The Skywalker Saga. We’ll also provide a list of these regular cheats and their unlock requirements, as they often offer even more enjoyable experiences than what the codes unlock.
All Cheat Codes and Their Unlocks
Cheat codes in The Skywalker Saga unlock either new characters or alternate skins for existing characters, as well as ships. Once a cheat code has been accepted, the corresponding unlock becomes permanently available, eliminating the need to enter the code each time you start the game. Below is a comprehensive, alphabetically ordered list of the cheat codes and their corresponding unlocks:
- KH7P320 — Aayla Secura
- XV4WND9 — Admiral Holdo
- WOOKIEE — Chewbacca (Holiday Special)
- C3PHOHO — C-3PO (Holiday Special)
- SIDIOUS — Darth Sidious
- WROSHYR — Darth Vader (Holiday Special)
- OKV7TLR — Dengar
- TIPYIPS — D-O (Holiday Special)
- LIFEDAY — Gonk Droid (Holiday Special)
- 3FCPPVX — Grand Moff Tarkin
- BAC1CKP — Mister Bones
- WBFE4GO — Nute Gunray
- KORDOKU — Poe Dameron (Holiday Special)
- Z55T8CQ — Poggle The Lesser
- GR2VBXF — Ratts Tyerell
- ARVALA7 — Razor Crest (Mando’s ship)
- SHUTTLE — Resistance I-TS Transport ship
- VT1LFNH — Shaak Ti
- T9LM1QF — Shmi Skywalker
- SKYSAGA — Temmin Wexley
All Regular Cheats and How to Unlock Them
Regular cheats available for purchase offer a nostalgic nod to the fun and wacky codes of the past, including the infamous big head mode! Once acquired, these cheats can be toggled on and off in the menu, so you won’t be stuck with bread lightsabers after unlocking them. Here’s a complete list of the regular cheats, their effects, and the associated costs:
- [List of regular cheats and how to unlock them]
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Enjoy your Lego Star Wars adventure and may the Force be with you!