NEW LEGO Star Wars Game to Join Apple Arcade

StarWars.com has just announced that they will be releasing a new game for the Apple Arcade in November. The game will be Lego Star Wars: Castaways. This new game looks like it will be an open-world concept, where players are welcome to play with each other to accomplish goals, unlock collectible pieces for their Minifigure, and uncover the hidden secrets of an ancient civilization.

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The website describes the game as:

 “The first online social, action-adventure LEGO Star Wars game in which players build and customize their own in-game LEGO minifigure character.”

StarWars.com

This exciting new game will allow players to team up and explore a mysterious planet, fight foes, race Microfighters, solve puzzles, or even go head to head against family and friends in the Hippodrome. The game will even include a Social Hub for the players to hang out and share LEGO emotes.

Have you seen the other LEGO Star Wars game to recently release on the App Store? Check it out here.

The game will be playable across iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV exclusively through the Apple Arcade. The subscription to Apple Arcade is $4.99 a month and includes over 200 premium games with a growing collection. Sign up for a free trial and prepare to land on this mysterious planet on November 19th.

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Create and customize your own character
Play with others in the Hub
Race each other in Microfighters

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