LEGO and Star War fans will tie the LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga that puts all nine films in one small, clean package. The developers behind the title coming out next year were recently asked questions about the Nintendo Switch version of the game they said was working as a dream to build tests. James Burgon of the studio also said they wanted to " do it justice on that platform."
“It's been great. The first build we had on Switch was like a dream, so it's great. With the new technology, we started back and we had that in mind because Switch is one of our biggest platforms in the US, so we want to do it justice on that platform. ”
"We love Switch. We love Nintendo. TT loves Nintendo, right? If you go back to the original Star Wars and Complete Saga games which was the first game I worked on back in 2006 – those games with Indy 1, and that kind of thing, were on the Wii and then the Wii U TT is really good for doing the same game on all platforms without making it worse because we've been doing this for a long, long time. So the switch, that's not a challenge for us. all things comforting, but we work hard to make the experience as good as it can be on all platforms including Switch. ”