LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga cheat codes can help you to claim free characters or ships to explore the galaxy with, extra stud bonuses, and more in 2023 — so here’s everything you need to know about how to redeem them.
While you explore the Galaxy Map in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, you’ll be able to unlock plenty of new characters and ships with the boatload of studs you’re able to save up.
If you’re wanting to take a break from the dizzying amount of collectibles and side missions you’ve got to complete in the game, there are some cheat codes for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga that can help you unlock characters like Admiral Holdo and ships like the Razor Crest.
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Updated February 1, 2023, to validate character and ship codes.
All cheat codes in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
While some characters in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can be unlocked either through gameplay or with a code, ships, and other character variations can only be claimed by redeeming them.
Below, we’ve listed all of the codes that are currently available in-game. If more are released over time, we’ll be sure to update this list accordingly.
Where marked by an asterisk (*), these rewards can only be redeemed by codes.
|C3PHOHO *||C-3PO (Holiday Special)|
|KORDOKU *||Poe Dameron (Holiday Special)|
|LIFEDAY *||Gonk Droid (Holiday Special)|
|TIPYIPS *||D-O (Holiday Special)|
|WROSHYR *||Darth Vader (Holiday Special)|
|WOOKIEE *||Chewbacca (Holiday Special)|
|Z55T8CQ||Poggle The Lesser|
|ARVALA7 *||Razor Crest|
|SHUTTLE *||Resistance Intersystem Transport Ship|
Aside from entering cheats through codes, you’re also able to buy them in the ‘Extras’ menu of LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga by earning studs and collecting Datacards during gameplay. These can be activated (or deactivated) as you see fit, ensuring you’re only one step away from more studs that you could know what to do with or some fun, comical effects.
While these won’t unlock characters or ships, you can find plenty of fun things to switch up your in-game experience – from turning characters’ lightsabers into baguettes to multiplying the number of studs you’ll collect while out exploring.
|Code||Cost (Studs & Datacard)||Effect|
|Studs x2||1 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Studs collected are worth 2 times as much.|
|Studs x4||2 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Studs collected are worth 4 times as much.|
|Studs x6||8 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Studs collected are worth 6 times as much.|
|Studs x8||48 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Studs collected are worth 8 times as much.|
|Studs x10||384 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Studs collected are worth 10 times as much.|
|Super GNK Droid||1 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Adds an invincible, quick, mustachioed golden GNK droid to your party.|
|Porg Companion||500,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Adds a porg companion to aid you in battle.|
|Baguette Lightsabers||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Turns lightsabers into freshly baked baguettes.|
|Galaxy Rave||500 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Turns Galaxy Free Play into a disco.|
|Television Mode||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Adds an old timey effect to the screen.|
|Hologram Mode||500,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Gives playable characters and ships a hologram look.|
|Retro Mode||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Adds a retro effect to the screen.|
|GNK Civilians||1 million Studs, 1 Datacard||Replaces civilians with GNK droids.|
|Mumble Mode||Free||Replaces voice acting with classic mumbles.|
|Comedy Weapons||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Ranged weapons are replaced with silly items.|
|Rainbow Effects||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Certain attack effects are replaced by sparkly rainbow versions.|
|Cantina Music||250,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Plays the infamous Cantina music on a loop.|
|Big Head Mode||500,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Gives playable characters giant heads.|
|Pew Pew||500,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||Projectile sounds from ranged weapons are replaced by mouth sounds.|
|Universal Translator||500,000 Studs, 1 Datacard||All playable characters can understand any language.|
To use these cheats in-game, there are two different methods you can take – each of which are quick and easy to accomplish. The first is to redeem them through the ‘Extras’ menu, whereas the other can be redeemed through the Main Menu. Follow the steps below:
- Access the Galaxy Map, and looked for the tab marked by a ‘?‘ at the far right.
- Scroll across to this, and you’ll see ‘Enter Code‘ marked with a button prompt beside it. Press that.
- Enter your code here, and if successful, your reward will automatically redeem.
Alternative method to redeem codes
- Press pause while in-game to bring up the Main Menu.
- At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see 6 different icons. Scroll across to the key-shaped icon with a plus next to it.
- Select it, and you’ll now be able to enter your code.
So, there you have it – that’s everything you need to know about cheat codes in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.
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