There are five defective Snoke clones running around Exegol in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and players need to track down and defeat them.
On Exegol, there’s a Sith Scientist that’s having some trouble with five defective Snoke clones that are on the loose and causing trouble for the Citadel in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. In order to help the Sith Scientist, players will need to track down each clone, but they all have different fighting styles to adapt to. Defeating all five defective Snoke clones will make the Sith Acolyte available to purchase for 35,000 Studs.
Before the “Attack of the Clones (Again)” side mission can be started, Exegol will need to be unlocked. The only way to unlock Exegol in Free Play is to beat all of the story missions for The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and The Rise of Skywalker. When Exegol is open, the side mission “Snoke Patrol” will be available in the southernmost area on the map in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. “Snoke Patrol” will need to be completed first before “Attack of the Clones (Again)” becomes available.
The first side mission involves escorting a stranded pilot out of the Sith Citadel while fighting off waves of Snoke clones. After getting the pilot out, players can use the elevator to return to the Citadel. There will now be a Sith Scientist with a side mission just behind the clone maker in the first section of the Sith Citadel. A Dark Side character will need to speak to the Sith Scientist in order to start the side mission.
Fighting Snoke Clones On Exegol In LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
The mission markers will lead to search areas for the Snoke clones, and players will need to locate and defeat them. The Snoke clones can be found by following their voices, but each one has a different fighting style. When a clone is knocked out, he will drop to the ground, then players can move on to the next one. Droid Snoke is the first clone to fight, and the encounter is pretty straightforward. Droid Snoke will only use fist attacks, so any character in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga can defeat him, but Lightsaber users generally work best.
Intellectual Snoke has a cane but uses it like a Lightsaber, so the second fight resembles many of the boss battles throughout the story. Ranged weapons will only do one damage per hit, even with headshots, so melee attacks are the only way to defeat Intellectual Snoke. After knocking this clone out , Speedy Snoke can be found nearby. The third clone will run instead of fight, so players need to keep chasing him down to deal damage until his health bar is drained. At the start of the chase, a smoke bomb will be thrown giving the clone a head start. Speedy Snoke can be hit with ranged weapons or melee attacks in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, but he gains a small window of immunity after each hit.
The fourth clone, Backwards Snoke, fights with a baguette that acts as a Lightsaber. He will deflect bolts, so melee attacks will be necessary for defeating him. Backwards Snoke frequently slams down dealing a significant amount of damage in a small radius, but the rest of the fight should feel familiar. After defeating Backwards Snoke, the elevator can be taken up to the surface to track down the final defective clone.
Funky Snoke is the trickiest one to defeat because he frequently disappears in clouds of smoke. If any character in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga gets too close to Funky Snoke, he will become immune to damage and warp away. For this clone, ranged attacks need to be used at a distance to drain his health. Headshots will end the fight quicker, then a prompt will appear to take players back to the Sith Scientist. Speaking to the Sith Scientist will complete the side mission and unlock the Sith Acolyte as a playable character in LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is available for Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC.
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