Whether you prefer your Star Wars in the Old Republic, on the dark side, or small and plastic with a satisfying click, Xbox Game Pass has you covered as four amazing Star Wars games join the catalog today on June 1. Please welcome Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2.
Where will you begin?
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
A classic Star Wars role-playing game, Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic puts the player in the midst of the battle to save the Republic. As the last hope for the Jedi Order, your every move — from dialog choices to big plot decisions — puts you on a path that leads to the light or dark side of the Force. Combat is turn-based, and the story is epic.
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
A light-hearted Lego romp through the first six Star Wars “original” episodes, Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a fun-filled adventure for the whole family. With 36 levels and challenge modes, it’s sure to keep you entertained for a parsec or two. *
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
The action in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed takes place between “Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith” and “Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.” You play as Starkiller, a secret apprentice to none other than Darth Vader. This is your shot to be the villain you’ve always dreamed of, kicking sanctimonious Jedi butt all over the galaxy.
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed 2
In this action-adventure game sequel, you play as (spoiler) Starkiller’s clone. For real. And you need to find your girlfriend before Boba Fett does. This time around you can fight for the light side or be as bad as you wanna be — the choice is yours.
We hope you enjoy your upcoming adventures in a galaxy far, far away. The ever-updating catalog of over 100 great games is just part of the magic of Xbox Game Pass. If you’re not yet a member, Chewy says “Aarrr wgh ggwaaah” which translates as “Start your 14-day free trial now!” And may the Force be with you!
*Yes, we know a parsec is a unit of distance and not a length of time.