How to earn studs fast

The cast of Lego Star Wars stand together under huge piles of colorful Lego studs.

picture: WB Games / Disney / Kotaku

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a very good game. In fact, I’d say it’s probably one of the best war of stars games ever made. A big reason for that is that it includes such a rich variety of characters and ships from all the movies, from the most well-known to the only true ones war of stars Diehards have heard about it. However, many of these are locked and must be purchased with rivets. Other things in the game, like upgrades and extras, also require studs to unlock or access them.

Cleats are not a new concept introduced in Skywalker saga. These tiny pieces have been a staple of Lego games since the original Lego Star Wars was published all the way back to 2005. In this game and every TT-developed Lego Since then, studs have been used as the currency to unlock almost everything. That means you’ll need a fair amount of it, especially for some of the more expensive extras or secrets.

So here is a quick and easy way to get millions of studs in a short amount of time!

Before we go any further, I recommend playing through the entire saga – all three trilogies – before you start grinding for studs. A couple of reasons. For one, you’ll learn how to play the game, unlocking access to a bunch of characters along the way. Second, you’ll earn a lot of studs just by playing whatever will help you earn even more studs!

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But if you’re impatient, just start Episode IV: A New Hope, available immediately when you start the game, and complete all five levels in this episode. The final level, Stay On Target, is the best way to farm stud farms I’ve found Skywalker saga.

Even without upgrades, you can easily earn around 100,000 studs or more every time you complete it. And it’s a very simple, straightforward level. You just hold the trigger on your controller, fly forward, and shoot everything: towers, ships, etc. After about a couple of minutes, you’ll reach an open area where you have to blow up four exhaust vents with proton torpedoes. After that you fly a few more seconds, blow up the Death Star and the level is done.

Do this about 10 times without any upgrades and you’ll end up with over a million studs. But you can do a lot more. First, however, you’ll need to unlock some goodies, and to do that, you’ll need to grab a few data cards. These are well-hidden collectibles scattered across all planets in the game. Many people have already uploaded great guides detailing where to find them. like this easy to understand video. So use one of these to help you in your quest.

A screenshot of all stud multipliers found in the game.

screenshot: WB Games / Disney / Kotaku

Once you have at least one you can unlock your first stud multiplier. These come in five varieties: x2, x4, x6, x8, and finally x10, and their properties stack. So once you get a few going, your win potential really skyrockets.

However, some of them are very expensive. (The x10 multiplier costs a whopping 384 million studs.) So start with the cheaper x2 or x4, depending on how many studs and data cards you have. Now with some multipliers active, go back and do Stay On Target again and you’ll quickly be flooded with studs. With only x2 and x4 multipliers active, I was earning well over 1 million studs per run. And I’ve seen people who have unlocked more of them end that mission with 100 million studs or more.

Pretty quickly, this method can earn you so many studs that you’ll never run out again, even after you’ve bought everything that’s available. Well, would a good Jedi do something like that? Probably not, but whatever. After using this method you will own every Lego Jedi in the galaxy, so who cares?!

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