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LEGO Star Wars 2 officially revived for PlayStation 5

LEGO Star Wars 2 officially revived for PlayStation 5

Feel the Force, young Jedi

LEGO fans rejoice, for a classic adventure has been brought back from whichever far off planet it was exiled to.

PlayStation Plus’ June lineup has been revealed, and among the 14 free games coming your way is LEGO Star Wars II.

Speaking of Star Wars, have you watched the latest Star Wars Outlaws trailer yet? It's beautiful!

We know that many PlayStation fans are more interested in LEGO Horizon Adventures right now, but we’ve got a little ways to go before its launch yet. Consequently, we need other LEGO escapades to occupy our time.

LEGO Star Wars II is exactly what’s needed to fill the gap.

Available through the PlayStation Premium branch of PS Plus, this isn’t open to all subscribers. While frustrating for those left out in the cold, those available to take up their lightsaber once more, will undoubtedly be thrilled to see this classic title revived.

If performance issues are your concern, you needn’t worry, as Sony assures us everything has been taken care of.

“Originally released on PSP, this version of LEGO Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy is enhanced with up-rendering, rewind, quick save, and custom video filters," its blog post reads.

With the Star Wars fandom powering up, thanks to The Acolyte, and upcoming action adventure, Star Wars Outlaws, what better way to immerse yourselves in the atmosphere of the Force than with trusty LEGO.

“Create and customise your own playable Star Wars characters in millions of different ways, build and ride classic vehicles and get in and out to explore and much more!”

PlayStation doesn’t need to tell us twice!

All PS Plus June freebies, including LEGO Star Wars II, will be available to play from 18 June.

Not to sound like the Ferrero Rocher advert, but Sony is really spoiling us at the moment.

Featured Image Credit: LucasArts

Topics: PlayStation, Playstation Plus, Star Wars, Lego, Sony, PlayStation 5