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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga: All Character Upgrades and Abilities

All character classes in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can be upgraded. Find out how you can do it.




The game’s character class system is a new and unique mechanic that improves the utility of each playable character by allowing them to be upgraded and expanding their abilities. Each character is tied to a specific class, and each of the classes has different shared abilities while having its own unique set of abilities.

Overall, this new mechanic adds some RPG elements to the game, giving fans a sense of progression that they haven’t experienced in the previous games in the series. Now if you haven’t unlocked all character upgrades and abilities yet, then you’re on the right page.

Let’s get started.

All Character Upgrades and Abilities in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

All characters in the game share the same major upgrade tree regardless of their classes. This can be found in the Core upgrade and skill tree. Basically, it includes basic upgrades that will apply to all characters and classes. The upgrades you can find in this tree are as follows:

  • Attract Studs
  • Collectible Detector
  • Counter Cash
  • Extra Health
  • Extra Health II
  • Extra Health III
  • Fast Build
  • Health Recovery Speed
  • Melee Attack Power
  • Ranged Weapon Power
  • Speedy Sprint
  • Ship Enhancements

Each of these upgrades has its own tiers, with most going up to 3 Tiers while the rest only at 1 Tier.

With the main upgrades out of the way, let’s now talk about the individual classes and their upgrades and abilities.

Jedi Upgrades and Abilities

The Jedi is designed for combat with the ability to use the Force. Characters like Luke Skywalker, Rey, and Kit Fisto belong to this class. Their abilities are as follows:

  • Force Flinger
  • Jedi Reflexes
  • Trick Time
  • Mind Master

Hero Upgrades and Abilities

The Hero class features characters like Poe Dameron and Senator Bail Organa, to name a few. They have the ability to use Grapple Blasters for pulling objects and reaching climbing bars, similar to a Bounty Hunter. Their abilities are as follows:

  • Improved Shield Generator
  • Armored Disguise
  • Rebel Heart
  • Hero Expert Terminal

Scavenger Upgrades and Abilities

Scavenger characters like Teedo, Logray, and Wicket specialize in building the Net Launcher, Breaker Blaster, and Glider at any time. These are pretty useful for solving certain puzzles and challenges throughout the mission.

While not designed for combat, they do pretty well when it comes to explorations. Their abilities include:

  • Crafty
  • Expert Climber
  • Better Breaker Blaster
  • Advanced Gliding

Scoundrel Upgrades and Abilities

Characters like Han Solo, Chewbacca, and Maz Kanata are among the notable ones. Their abilities are as follows:

  • Business Opportunist
  • Charged Shot
  • Combat Slide
  • Piercing Rounds

Bounty Hunter Upgrades and Abilities

Some of the most iconic Bounty Hunters in the game include Boba Feet, Zuckuss, and Jango Fett. Although there are only a few of them, their set of useful skills is something you don’t want to miss. Specifically, Bounty Hunters are the only ones capable of breaking gold blocks and completing Bounty Missions.

This utility alone makes them a worthy Kyber Bricks investment. Also, they can earn extra Studs and even use Shock Grenades after purchasing upgrades, making them extra useful. Their abilities are as follows:

  • Enemy Detector
  • Hidden Bounties
  • Scattershot
  • Shock Grenade

Villain Upgrades and Abilities

Villain characters come with some unique abilities which can be really handy when doing exploration as well as repeating missions. For one, they can break Villain weapon crates and silver crates. Apart from that, they can also use grenades during combat, adding to their overall utility.

Notable characters like General Grievous and Rose Tico belong to this class. Their abilities include:

  • Demolitions Expert
  • Extra Ammo
  • Defence Droid
  • Villain Terminal Expert

Dark Side Upgrades and Abilities

The Dark Side is the Jedi class’ counterpart, having the same basic abilities as the Jedi but with some upgrades that make them unique as well. Characters in this class are the only ones capable of understanding the Exegol Sith Cultist, besides Protocol Droids. Moreover, they excel in combat and cause problems in the Star Wars Universe.

Well-known characters like Darth Vader, Kylo Ren, and Emperor Palpatine belong to this class. Their abilities include:

  • Fear the Dark Side
  • Power Push
  • Force Crush
  • Dark Rise

Astromech Droid Upgrades and Abilities

Astromech Droids such as R2-D2 and K3-R1 are integral to the Star Wars universe. They’re the only ones capable of interacting with an Astromech Socket which can unlock doors or even hack certain devices. Needless to say, you’ll need at least a single character in this class during exploration and discovering hidden collectibles.

Their abilities are as follows:

  • Distraction
  • Droid Barge
  • Astromech Socket Expert
  • Super-Charged

Protocol Droid Upgrades and Abilities

Protocol Droids work well for stealth since they’re often not considered a threat. They have a similar feature to that of Astromech Droids, except that they have a bit more functionality.

For one, they’re the only ones that can accept Protocol Terminals which are capable of downloading passwords, controlling turrets, and even turning off alarms. They can also find secrets and go through small passageways, making them extremely useful during explorations.

Notable characters in this class include C-3PO, K-3PO, and H1-NT. Their abilities include:

  • Destructive Disassembly
  • Paid Translator
  • Polished Plating
  • Turret Tune-up

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Overwatch 2: Is the Battle Pass Worth It | True Cost of Battle Pass

Does the battle pass for Overwatch 2 live up to its cost?





The Overwatch seasons last two months and for every season there is a battle pass that includes various rewards, such as character skins, weapons, etc. The battle is an important asset of every online shooter game since it helps players to upgrade their game and characteristics.

The True Cost of The Overwatch 2 Battle Pass | Is the Battle Pass Worth it

There are two tiers of the battle pass, one that is free, and one which is premium. The free tier includes the following items: Kiriko (available at tier 55), 2 Legendary skins, 2 weapon charms, 2 souvenirs, 1 Highlight intro and 15 additional items such as sprays, emotes etc.

How long does it take to get to level 55?

When asked how long does it take to unlock all the heroes, commercial lead Jon Spector said:

“The reason why we put Kiriko at tier 55 instead of 80 on the free track, is that we really want our players to unlock all the characters, we are not trying to put them far out of reach or make it really hard for the typical players out there.”

Jon Spector

If you are a more hard-core player, and your goal is to unlock Kiriko as fast as possible you are able to reach that milestone in the first few weeks. If you are a casual player, you would be able to reach Kiriko a little bit later, but well before the season ends.

The True Price of the Premium Battle Pass

The second one, the premium battle pass is richer with loot, with immediate access to Kiriko, and other heroes, a battle pass boost of 15%, a mythic skin, 5 legendary skins, 2 epic skins, 3 play of the game intros, 4 weapon charms, 3 emotes and souvenirs, 6 poses and name cards, 8 player icons, 11 voice lines and 12 sprays.               

It costs 1000 Overwatch coins which is the in-game premium currency. You can either earn that currency with in-game challenges or you can buy it with real-life money. Note that the challenges are limited and you can earn up to 540 coins per season if you complete all the challenges.

So, you would need to complete all challenges for two seasons to earn a battle pass. 500 coins are worth $5, and 1000 coins are worth $10. If you do the math, you would come to the conclusion that you would need to spend money to get the premium battle pass.

If you play regularly, and complete challenges earning those 540 coins per season, it means that you would have to pay 30$ per year to unlock all premium battle passes from all the seasons.

If you buy the premium battle passes you would spend $60 a year, which is not much but for the average player who is playing a free-to-play game, it’s not really bad because the game doesn’t lock all the heroes so it is possible to earn all the heroes through the free battle pass tier, although you would have to put a lot of time in the game.

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