Every Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Planets Ranked Worst to Best

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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga might not have been the smash hit we were hoping for, but it’s packed to the brim with content. With twenty-four planets to explore, what all is there to experience in the massive game?

I mean, I’ve put over 40 hours into the experience and still have several secrets to find! As mentioned in our Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga review, things are a bit… inconsistent. So let’s separate the galactic highlights from the planets that are lucky to be here.

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Here are the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga planets ranked from worst to best.

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Kijimi is a visually distinct location from The Rise of Skywalker just begging to be explored further. Its story mission is even one of the few to really emphasize a wide range of gameplay, incorporating player choice around stealth and combat.

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KIJIMI – NOT EVEN A SANDBOX!

Going into the Death Star II’s interior would be novel, were it not for you having to explore a sizable section in the story playthrough to begin with.

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KEF BIR – ADMIT IT, YOU FORGOT THIS ONE EXISTED TOO

By far one of the smallest locations in the game. Ajan Kloss somehow has a sandbox level, implying someone decided it was more interesting to offer another jungle environment than a more distinct locale like Kijimi.

AJAN KLOSS – SLIGHTLY LARGER THAN EXEGOL

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EXEGOL – A TOMB OF DISCONTENT

Exegol is barely featured in the story mode, to the point the final level is stretching the definition of a videogame level.

There’s less of it than ever. Seriously. It’s not that the Ewoks have a terrible village or anything. It looks great, and it’s sizable… like in LEGO Star Wars II, just with a higher polycount. You can really tell they were running out of new ways to spin Endor.

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ENDOR – IT TAKES A VILLAGE

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