LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga players are wondering about the in-game Datacards scattered throughout the galaxy.
Every game has its in-game collectibles. For LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga, it's datacards—suspiciously close to Datacrons, yes, but not exactly the same thing. These are useful items that provide some fun bonuses to the game that players wouldn't be able to unlock, otherwise.
Here's everything you need to know about Datacards.
What are Datacards in LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga
As stated above, Datacards are in-game collectible items that provide fun extra unlockable effects to help the player earn more Studs or apply a nostalgic/comedic effect.
For example, by finding multiple Datacards, players can receive a 10x Stud collection bonus. Other standalone Datacards include the "Retro" cosmetic filter, a Universal Translator boon that allows players to speak with any other species regardless of the presence of a protocol droid, and the addition of a Porg companion.
Each Datacard has its own boon to bestow.
How to find Datacards in LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga
Datacards are hidden throughout the various playable/explorable maps and across the universe. Typically, players can find them floating in a hard to reach spot—though there are a few that require activation or strategy to claim.
Players can find 19 Datacards throughout the galaxy on the following planets:
- Yavin 4
Some planets may hold multiple datacards, as well. Players can check how many Datacards they've collected from the Extras tab in the Settings menu. If any are missing, we recommend backtracking through popular planets.
LEGO Star Wars: Skywalker Saga is available now for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4/5 Xbox One/Series X|S, and Microsoft Windows.