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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awak­ens to be Re­leased on June 28, 2016

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You prob­a­bly saw this one com­ing from a mile away – or should we say, a galaxy far, far away. Warner Bros. In­ter­ac­tive En­ter­tain­ment and de­vel­oper TT Games have re­cently an­nounced that

will be launch­ing on the PC, PlayS­ta­tion 4, Xbox One, PlayS­ta­tion 3, Xbox 360, PlayS­ta­tion Vita, Wii U, and 3DS on June 28, 2016.

Don’t go think­ing that the sto­ry­line of

would play out ex­actly like how the ac­tual movie did though, as the game will in­clude brand new con­tent that will de­pict the events that took place be­tween

and

will also fea­ture new game­play me­chan­ics as well, such as the ‘Multi-Builds’ sys­tem, which al­lows play­ers to “choose from mul­ti­ple build­ing op­tions to ad­vance the game”. If you’re a huge fan of blaster bat­tles, you’d be happy to know that you’ll be par­tic­i­pat­ing in a num­ber of them against the First Or­der. Pre­fer hav­ing aerial dog­fights in space? Good for you, be­cause you’ll be do­ing so in a va­ri­ety of star­ships – in­clud­ing the iconic Mil­len­nium Fal­con – while play­ing as the char­ac­ters from the film, which in­clude Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron.

Just so you know, play­ing

on the PlayS­ta­tion 4 or PlayS­ta­tion 3 will grant you ac­cess to ex­clu­sive down­load­able con­tent, in­clud­ing the Droid Char­ac­ter Pack, and the Phan­tom Limb Level Pack. If you’re a die-hard fan of both LEGO and Star Wars, you might want to con­sider in­vest­ing in the Deluxe Edi­tion of the game for US$69.99 (ap­prox. RM290), as it will pro­vide you with all fu­ture sea­son pass con­tent, and an ex­clu­sive Finn (FN-2187) fig­urine.

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