You will encounter a lot of obstacles in the Droid Factory Frenzy. From a group of attacking Geonosian guards to giant presses that can crush you in an instant, this level proves to be difficult. With this guide, you can escape the Droid Factory and complete the challenges with ease.
Droid Factory Frenzy Guide in LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga
There are a total of three challenges in the Droid Factory Frenzy namely, the Mind Control Drone, the Zipping Past Danger, and the No Hanging Around. Find out how to complete all three challenges in the Droid Factory Frenzy in this article.
Mind Control Drone Challenge
At the beginning of this level, a group of Geonosian guards will attack you. Turn the Geonosian guards against each other by using Anakin’s Mind Control ability on any of the Geonosian guards. This will trick them to shooting the other. Doing so will finish the challenge.
Zipping Past Danger Challenge
After defeating the Geonosian guards and charging the generator, you will find yourself on a conveyor belt with giant presses. Be careful not to get hit. To complete this challenge, you will need to hop on the last press, which will lift you up to a ladder above. Slide down using the rope and you’re done.
No Hanging Around Challenge
The main objective of this challenge is to rescue Padme within 30 seconds. To do this, simply use R2-D2 and rush to the other end of the conveyor belt. In there, grapple onto the hanging bar to cross the void. You will need to hack the computer. Start aligning the pieces on the center, and then move to the outer ring. After aligning the pieces, the challenge will be completed.
LEGO Fortnite: Can You Repair Items?
Can you fix those tools before they break?
Cyberpunk 2077: Monk FF06B5 In Train Encounter | Update 2.1
Hmm, why does that one monk look familiar?
Cyberpunk 2077: Update 2.1 Porsche Easter Egg Coordinates
You might think these random characters mean nothing, but you would be wrong.
Cyberpunk 2077: Johnny Silverhand (Keanu Reeves) Sad Easter Egg | Update 2.1
What’s got bro looking so sad?