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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Season Pass Details Revealed


Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today revealed some information around the season pass for LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, which is set for release here in the UK on June 28th.

The Season Pass, which will set you back just £7.99, will extend the the game with exciting new content not seen in the movie as well as new characters to play with.

Three level add-on packs will allow players to experience key events from the film in different ways, including Poe Dameron’s journey back to the Resistance base after crash landing on Jakku, the assault on Maz Kanata’s castle through the eyes of Kylo Ren, and finally the collapse of Starkiller Base from the perspective of two Resistance pilots.

The Season Pass will also include five Character Packs featuring well-known Star Wars heroes, villains and Droids.
A complete breakdown of the Season Pass content can be found below.

LEVEL PACKS
Poe’s Quest for Survival Level Pack
· A whole new adventure following Poe Dameron’s journey back to the Resistance base. After his daring escape from the First Order that left him stranded on Jakku, Poe must search for BB-8 and locate a ship to escape the desert planet in an effort to find his way home.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Naka Lit, Ohn Gos, Poe Dameron (Jakku), Strus Clan Leader, Strus Clan Raider, Strus Clan Speeder (Full-size Vehicle), Strus Clan Speeder (Microfighter Vehicle)  

First Order Siege of Takodana Level Pack
· Experience the thrilling assault on Maz Kanata’s castle in a new way. Storm the shores of Takodana with Kylo Ren and the First Order in a quest to capture Rey and BB-8 to crush the Resistance forever.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Jashco Phurus, Rosser Weno, Strono "Cookie" Tuggs, Thromba, Laparo, Jakku Freighter (Full-size Vehicle), Jakku Freighter (Microfighter Vehicle)

Escape from Starkiller Base Level Pack
· After crash landing on the surface of Starkiller Base, join the battle from the perspective of two Resistance pilots. With the help of a loyal astromech droid, outmaneuver the First Order to escape the planet before it explodes.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: C'ai Threnalli, Colonel Datoo, Lieutenant Rodinon, Lt Wright, R3-Z3, Assault Walker (Full-size Vehicle), Assault Walker (Microfighter Vehicle)


 CHARACTER PACKS
The Jedi Character Pack – Season Pass Exclusive / Available June 28th
· Features powerful members of the Jedi Order. Available exclusively to Season Pass owners.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Aayla Secura, Ki-Adi-Mundi, Kit Fisto, Luminara Unduli, Mace Windu, Plo Koon, Saesee Tiin, Shaak Ti, Jedi Interceptor (Full-size Vehicle), Jedi Interceptor (Microfighter Vehicle)

The Prequel Trilogy Character Pack
· Play as select characters from Star Wars™: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Star Wars™: Episode II – Attack of the Clones and Star Wars™: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Anakin Skywalker (Damaged), Captain Panaka, Darth Maul, Jango Fett, Jar Jar Binks, Padm é Naberrie, Watto, Zam Wesell, Naboo Starfighter (Full-size Vehicle), Naboo Starfighter (Microfighter Vehicle)

The Freemaker Adventures Character Pack
· Showcases the galaxy’s bravest family of scavengers from the upcoming LEGO ® animated series.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Baash (Iktotchi), Graballa the Hutt, Kordi Freemaker, Naare, Raam (Iktotchi), Roger (Battle Droid), Rowan Freemaker, Zander Freemaker, Star Scavenger (Full-size Vehicle), Star Scavenger (Microfighter Vehicle)

Star Wars: Rebels Character Pack
· Play as the crew of the Ghost from the popular animated series.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Ahsoka Tano, Chopper, Ezra Bridger, Hera Syndulla, Kanan Jarrus, Sabine Wren, Seventh Sister Inquisitor, Zeb Orrelios, Ghost (Full-size Vehicle), Ghost (Microfighter Vehicle)

The Clone Wars Character Pack
· Exciting characters from the acclaimed animated series.
· Playable characters and vehicles include: Asajj Ventress, Aurra Sing, Barriss Offee, Cad Bane, Captain Rex, Commander Cody, Hondo Ohnaka, Savage Opress, Republic Gunship (Full-size Vehicle), Republic Gunship (Microfighter Vehicle)

Players can purchase all this DLC individually outside of the season pass, with the Character & Vehicle Packs costing £1.70, and level packs costing just £2.50. As an added bonus, Season Pass holders will gain exclusive access to The Jedi Character Pack, which will be available at launch on June 28th.

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