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How To Destroy Cracked Walls In LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga

Want to break through the walls with cracks in them? This guide on How To Destroy Cracked Walls In LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga will tell you what you need to do in order to break through these mysterious walls and gain access to new parts of levels with additional rewards.

Cracked walls are one of the many different rogue-like elements of LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga. You’ll often encounter barriers to progression, locked until you progress far enough into the story or recruit the right character. Much like climbing the X platforms, breaking the walls with large cracks requires a specific type of character with a specific ability.

How To Destroy Cracked Walls In LEGO Star Wars Skywalker Saga

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Before you can destroy these cracked walls you need to find a Scavenger character. The quickest way to recruit a Scavenger character is to head to Episode VII. After about 20 minutes in Episode VII you will be controlling Rey with the objective to find Scrap. During this mission, the game will introduce to you a number of different devices that Scavengers can build. One of these devices is specifically built and used to destroy breakable walls, the walls with a slash through them, partly damaged, but not destroyed.

Once you have a Scavenger character simply select the weapon from the tool wheel (O on PS, B on Xbox) and then use the weapon to shoot the wall. It usually takes more than one shot but after a few hits the wall should be destroyed and you’re free to explore beyond.

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