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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Windows, PlayStation 3)

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LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Developer: TT Games
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 3
Released in JP: October 13, 2016
Released in US: June 28, 2016
Released in EU: June 28, 2016

CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.
DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.

LEGO Star Wars IV: The Force Awakens is primarily based on The Force Awakens, but also starts with a level of highlights from Return of the Jedi as well as including original bridge and side content.

Removed Characters


Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Front.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Side.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Matt-Technician-Texture-Back.png


The game contains graphical assets, strings, and code for a removed "Matt the Radar Technician" character who is totally not Kylo Ren. The character was based on a Saturday Night Live sketch, and was removed late in development for legal reasons.

(Source: Steve Thornton)

Unused Graphics

A temporary effect image within one of the main particle graphics.


A placeholder HUD texture intended for a flight section of the game.

To do:
Verify files in Windows release.
Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Logo.png Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Title-BG.png

A placeholder title screen logo and background image. The final game uses a 3D animated area as the background and white text for "The Force Awakens".

Early (mockup) Final
Lego-Star-Wars-Force-Awakens-Placeholder-Title-Mockup.png LEGO Star Wars- The Force Awakens (Windows, PlayStation 3)-title.png
(Source: Original TCRF research)

Developer Text

Including INVALID STRING ID. Search wiki for 9683.

When attempting to configure a controller, the first version of the game featured leftover development text referencing the internal Traveller's Tales wiki.


// Douglas doesn't use hints.txt for in-game hints, so this
// file just lists hints for the loading screen
// Thesse are tags referenced in Z:\Project_Douglas\Project_Douglas_Data\Abilities\UI //
// This is becasue they use the nre FlashHints code and it was the safest solution //

"Douglas" is the internal project name for The Force Awakens.


This is a test string insert player name here: %s followed by test string: G:ÀÆËÐß×Øãçêîðñ÷þÿ!#$%_*-.<?(+{|~0~~})
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(Source: Original TCRF research)