Stud multipliers are essential if you want to unlock the most expensive characters in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. They passively increase the value of each stud you collect, making it far easier to rack up millions and even billions of coins. If you’re going for the coveted 100% completion, it’s crucial. Luckily, we’re on hand to explain how to get stud multipliers.
How to Get Stud Multipliers in Lego Star Wars: Skywalker Saga
Stud multipliers are found under the Extras menu in Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. Simply head onto the holomap, toggle across to the Extras section, and you’ll see a range of cheats to purchase. These range from mumble mode to grainy visual filters, but you’ll want to focus first on the stud multipliers.
There are five stud multipliers in the game, each with varying levels. Luckily, you can apply more than one at once, so they stack to net you even more studs. The multipliers and their costs are as follows:
- x2 Studs – 1 million
- x4 Studs – 2 million
- x6 Studs – 8 million
- x8 Studs – 48 million
- x10 Studs – 384 million
Evidently, you’ll need to do quite a lot of grinding to get to the coveted x10 studs multiplier. However, by the time you unlock it you’ll already have the others, resulting in an overall multiplier of x3840. As such, you’ll be earning millions of studs just by walking around, instantly able to purchase any character in the roster. Considering one of the criteria for 100% completion is buying every character, having these multipliers will make it much easier.
One thing you need to know is that on top of costing studs, getting these multipliers also requires a data card. These collectible items are much rarer, and often require a lot of parkour or puzzle-solving to access. You can find them located on the map for each open-world planet, so be sure you’ve grabbed a few before trying to purchase the multipliers. They aren’t the easiest to come by, but they’re essential if you want to get your funds up!
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