Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Possibly Next Xbox Game Pass Title

The Xbox Game Pass Twitter account is in a fun mood.

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was met with incredible deals, discounts, and reduced prices this past Black Friday sale. Our respects to the ones who’ve just bought the game, but it’s quite likely that the title might be making its way to becoming an Xbox Game Pass title—Microsoft’s front-running subscription service.

This scoop of news we’ve got today didn’t fall down from the heavens or manifested simply out of thin air. Instead, the Xbox Game Pass Twitter account posted a cryptic photo, asking its enthusiasts to guess the name of the game that’s supposedly appearing in the image.

The Rundown:

  • Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a Lego-style adventure game where you step into the shoes of the iconic characters from the Star Wars franchise, may it be Obi-Wan Kenobi or Darth Vader himself. It’s one of the first semi-open-world Lego games to ever come out, featuring certain core gameplay mechanics that are otherwise not available in any earlier renditions of the Lego games.
  • The Xbox Game Pass Twitter handle has had amusing news to share with its gigantic user base in recent times. It pushed out a “fun guessing game for no reason in particular” with 3 words to this game made up of 4 letters each. 
  • The first photo uploaded by the Game Pass Twitter account is a bit difficult to make sense of, but the second image sports a little more detail as to what was previously laid out. 
  • A well-informed guess at this point is Lego Star Wars, which we’re pretty sure truly is the case if not for Xbox Game Pass’ multi-faceted shenanigans. 

Here’s the first photo that the Xbox Game Pass Twitter account uploaded right before the second one. Evidently, there are several major blanks in the image that needs filling out, but after taking a closer look at the follow-up photo, it’s quite easy to decipher that the correct answer to the query is Lego Star Wars. 

Now, there is a strong likelihood that this answer is correct, but if another game happens to pop out at the end — some sort of an indie title — you know what to do beforehand. Take this rumor with a grain of salt moving forward and you shouldn’t be disappointed.

In recent times, it was revealed that Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga was the sole throne holder of the fiscal year’s second quarter The title’s genuinely fun if you’re into a lightweight, amusing, and fun style of gameplay, so we truly don’t see how this isn’t a win-win situation. 

Commenting on a relevant post on the r/GamingLeaksAndRumors subreddit, one user said, 

Well I just bought it for Black Friday so I can confirm.”

To this, multiple have gathered to pay respects to the fallen soldier. After all, it’s not every day you purchase a game and then it immediately gets added to the vibrant catalog of Xbox Game Pass, which is already, quite loaded to the brim with various titles. 

At the moment, Microsoft is busy rounding up the Activision Blizzard deal for a whopping $69 billion. However, certain complications seem to have ensued ever since the transaction started to make waves across the spectrum earlier this year.

In other news, Xbox Game Pass won’t be stopping Microsoft from selling games the traditional way, the company CEO said in an interview. No matter the level of digital games that become a part of Game Pass, Xbox will keep featuring physical copies of games around.

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John Rooney is a News Writer on eXputer who’s been keeping up with the gaming and technology industries since he was 14. If there’s a buzz in the industry, John’s news report will be among the first you’ll read on the internet. He’s got a Bachelor's in Journalism and has several years worth of experience reporting on the gaming industry. Experience: 6+ Years || Education: Bachelor's in Journalism || Published 200+ News Stories ||

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