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Lego Star Wars Battles will come to Apple Arcade as an exclusive | Digital Trends Spanish

Lego Star Wars Battles is a mobile real-time strategy game that had been on the market for two years, until the game’s servers shut down in July.

After the closing, no more was heard of the game. However, TT Games Brighton and Warner Bros. Games announced this monday what Lego Star Wars Battles It will be relaunched and it will arrive exclusively at the Apple Arcade service.

It is a title that was launched in beta in 2019. Everything was going well, but in May of this year the players received a sad message. This said that the game would close its servers and that they had until July 1, 2020 to spend all the money they had within it.

After the game closed, both the media and the players of Lego Star Wars Battles they thought it had been canceled. But now we know that it will come to Apple’s gaming service at some point. TT Games Brighton did not give a release date, but claims it will be “soon.”

On Lego Star Wars BattlesPlayers can mix together a variety of characters and vehicles from different Star Wars periods to spawn their own team, so you can see Chewbacca fighting side by side with Boba Fett, for example. Then, they must face off against other players on various iconic battlefields from the series.

When it launches Lego Star Wars Battles you will have to hire Apple Arcade to play it. This is a service for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV users whose monthly subscription costs $ 4.99.

Apple Arcade includes more than 200 mobile games, from classics to new releases, and has support for cross-play, so it allows you to continue whatever you are playing on any of your Apple devices without losing your progress.

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