Every LEGO Star Wars map recreated IRL by talented YouTuber

lego star wars maps recreated by talented youtuber
Credit: LEGO/LucasFilm/RichboyJhae

lego star wars maps recreated by talented youtuber
Credit: LEGO/LucasFilm/RichboyJhae

The LEGO Star Wars games are still well-liked by many, whether it's the classic titles or The Skywalker Saga. One YouTuber liked the games so much that he decided to recreate all of the levels using, you guessed it, LEGO.

RichboyJhae shared a video on YouTube showing the hard work he and his friends put into recreating these levels. Seeing all of these massive hubs recreated with LEGO bricks is truly one for the eyes and must have been time-consuming.

Keeping with the spirit of these games, various characters can be seen in places they shouldn’t be. Even Darth Vader with Princess Leia’s slave garb makes an appearance. This is due to these games having a Free Play mode that lets every character appear on any level.

It seems the title that played the most inspiration for these recreations is LEGO Star Wars 2: The Original trilogy. Honestly, that’s not too surprising since most fans still hold the original trilogy in high regard. While the prequel trilogy has its fans, we doubt fans would want to recreate any of its set pieces with LEGO.

Before the recent Skywalker Saga lumped all the movies together, previous entries did things differently. The first two LEGO Star Wars games covered the prequel and original trilogy respectively. Interestingly, the third game covered parts of The Clone Wars animated series while the fourth game only tackled The Force Awakens.

LEGO continues to have a major presence in the world of video games and it's not just Star Wars. Other installments focused on Marvel, Indiana Jones, and Lord of the Rings. There are also reports of a new LEGO Harry Potter game that will follow gameplay cues from The Skywalker Saga.

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Fans can pick up LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga right now on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Players can also pick up the classic titles on PC.

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