LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – Cheat Codes

We love cheats, we love LEGO games! Do you love it too, as we do? If the answer is yes, then welcome to our LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga guide. This quick tutorial contains all the cheat codes.

Cheat Codes

Character Codes

  • C-3PO (Holiday Special) – C3PHOHO
  • Darth Vader (Holiday special) – WROSHYR
  • D-O (Holiday special) – TIPYIPS
  • Gonk Droid (Holiday Special) – LIFEDAY
  • Poe Dameron (Holiday special) – KORDOKU
  • Snap Wexley – SKYSAGA
  • Chewbacca (Holiday special) – WOOKIEE

Vehicle Codes

  • Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship – SHUTTLE
  • The Razor Crest – ARVALA7

Extra Codes (Optional Unlocks)

  • Aayla Secure – KH7P320
  • Admiral Holdo – XV4WND9
  • Dengar – OKV7TLR
  • Emperor Palpatine – SIDIOUS
  • Grand Moff Tarkin – 3FCPPVX
  • Nute Gunray – WBFE4GO
  • Poggle the Lesser – Z55T8CQ
  • Ratts Tyerell – GR2VBXF

How to Activate Codes

A code entering screen may be found in two places inside the game menus, allowing you to type in any of the Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga codes listed above.

  1. Open your Holoprojector (by pressing TAB), move to the Extras (last in the list) then follow the Enter Code prompt.
  2. Enter the Pause menu and select the key icon labelled Enter Code.

You’ll get a message if the code was entered correctly, confirming that it was accepted and disclosing what was unlocked. You’ll only need to enter each code once, as in past games, and it will permanently unlock the item or feature, as well as the option to enable or disable it through the menu.

Datacard Extras

Once you collect a Datacard, you can use it to unlock a Datacard Extra from the Holoprojector. While some of these Extras can be quite useful, a majority of these are rather silly and are not particularly helpful. Below, I list each Datacard Extra and what it does, including its cost in Studs.

Studs x2

  • Cost: 1,000,000
  • What It Does: Studs collected are worth twice as much (this can be combined with other stud multipliers for even bigger bonuses!)

Studs x4

  • Cost: 2,000,000
  • What It Does: Studs collected are worth four times as much (this can be combined with other stud multipliers for even bigger bonuses!)

Studs x6

  • Cost: 8,000,000
  • What It Does: Studs collected are worth six times as much (this can be combined with other stud multipliers for even bigger bonuses!)

Studs x8

  • Cost: 48,000,000
  • What It Does: Studs collected are worth eight times as much (this can be combined with other stud multipliers for even bigger bonuses!)

Studs x10

  • Cost: 384,000,000
  • What It Does: Studs collected are worth ten times as much (this can be combined with other stud multipliers for even bigger bonuses!)

Super GNK Droid

  • Cost: 1,000,000
  • What It Does: Adds a golden GNK droid to the party. Super GNK is invincible, moves very quickly… and has a moustache!

Porg Companion

  • Cost: 500,000
  • What It Does: A porg companion will aid you in battle, occasionally sending enemies into a frenzy with a piercing scream

Baguette Lightsabers

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: Turns all lightsabers into freshly baked baguettes

Galaxy Rave

  • Cost: 500,000,000
  • What It Does: Turns Galaxy Free Play into a fun disco for all to enjoy!

Television Mode

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: Adds an old-timey screen effect to the game

Hologram Mode

  • Cost: 500,000
  • What It Does: Gives playable characters and ships a hologram look!

Retro Mode

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: Adds a retro style screen effect to the game

GNK Civilians

  • Cost: 1,000,000
  • What It Does: Replaces all civilians with GNK Droids

Mumble Mode

  • Cost: None
  • What It Does: Replaces all voices with mumbles for the classic LEGO Star Wars experience!

Comedy Weapons

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: Blasters and other ranged weapons are replaced with silly items

Rainbow Effects

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: Certain attack effects are replaced with sparkly rainbow versions!

Cantina Music

  • Cost: 250,000
  • What It Does: The infamous earworm from Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes, as heard in Chalmun’s Cantina in Mos Eisley, will play on a loop.

Big Head Mode

  • Cost: 500,000
  • What It Does: Gives playable characters giant heads!

Pew Pew

  • Cost: 500,000
  • What It Does: Projectile sound effects from ranged weapons (such as blasters) are replaced with mouth-made versions

Universal Translator

  • Cost: 500,000
  • What It Does: Allows any playable character to understand any language
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I turned my love for games from a hobby into a job back in 2005, since then working on various gaming / entertainment websites. But in 2016 I finally created my first website about video games – Gameplay Tips. And exactly 4 years later, Game Cheat Codes was created – my second website dedicated to legal game cheats. My experience with games started back in 1994 with the Metal Mutant game on ZX Spectrum computer. And since then, I’ve been playing on anything from consoles, to mobile devices.

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