Does Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Have Online Co-op Multiplayer?

Lego games are once again in the top trending pictures, with the recent launch of the latest game, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. As multiplayer games are best enjoyed with friends, you may be on the lookout for multiplayer modes in the game. However, the game’s multiplayer support is quite complicated, and the developers have no plans to change that anytime soon.

Since the game’s launch, there have been countless debates about whether Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga has online co-op multiplayer support. Unfortunately, there is still no official support for online multiplayer mode. Currently, the game only has a local co-op feature, which can give you a feel of multiplayer mode, but it does not come with online support.

Does Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Have Online Co-op Multiplayer

Does Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Have Online Co-op Multiplayer

Essentially the game does support split screen, but you will essentially see the same screen. However, the setup can get quite confusing as you will be sharing the same screen. Although there are some workarounds regarding the multiplayer mode on Lego Star Wars The Skywalker Saga which you can definitely give a try.

According to the official tweets from the game developer, we are not sure if they will be releasing out a proper online multiplayer mode in the future. So you can try these workarounds below.

For Steam Users

To play games with friends online, you can activate the remote play feature on your Steam account. This will allow you to configure the Steam overlay feature, allowing you to invite friends to join you. Once they join, you can assign them suitable controls and play the game together. However, please note that as this is an online setup, there may be some lag due to the Steam remote play acting as a mediator.

For Playstation Users

For PS5 or PS4 users, you can also activate the console’s share play feature which allows you to play with friends remotely. However, this will require that you have a Playstation Plus account, where you have to invite your friends to play along with a second controller.

For PC users

PC users with dual monitors can take full advantage of the local co-op feature. Here you can bypass split screen multiplayer mode by attaching two monitors. And then keep each player his own individual monitor to play on. This can be close to multiplayer, however, this will not work in online mode.

Note: You can still use a long display cable if your friends are your neighbours, but the best way will be to organise a local Lan party and then enjoy the local co-op feature with a dual monitor setup.


Sadly, Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga doesn’t feature online multiplayer yet, and most likely will not in adding this feature in the game. However, if you like the game so much, you can still take advantage of the local co-op mode which works just like the multiplayer mode.

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