LEGO and The exorcist are joining forces once again for Lego Star Wars: Castaways, an Apple Arcade exclusive title that offers to let players explore a hidden multiplayer world inside the iconic “galaxy far, a long way away.” Just like the Danish building toy remains a common fixture for kids all across the globe, game titles like developer Traveller's Tales' long-running series of LEGO-based titles continue to target all ages and provide a wholesome experience centered around some of fiction's most widely used franchises.
This new wave of LEGO gaming adventures began with 2005's LEGO Star Wars: The recording Game, and also the iconic sci-fi franchise happens to be carrying on with multiple LEGO titles released throughout the last few years. Recently, Lego The exorcist Battles launched on Apple Arcade and provided fans of all ages with multiplayer tower defense gameplay featuring the Light and Dark Sides from the Force engaging in cute plastic skirmishes. Additionally, LEGO The exorcist: The Skywalker Saga is set to launch the coming year carrying out a lengthy delay and offers to capture the era of all nine main Star Wars films in LEGO form. Before that, another LEGO Star Wars game is bringing the franchise into the realm of online multiplayer.
As reported by GamesRadar+, Asphalt and Disney Magic Kingdoms developer Gameloft recently announced Lego The exorcist: Castaways, a new title that's set to produce on mobile devices being an Apple Arcade exclusive and offers to function as the “first social, action-adventure” within the LEGO Star Wars franchise. According to Gameloft's Twitter account and the LEGO Star Wars: Castaways Mac App Store preview page, players can build their very own custom LEGO character and explore a “secret world” either alone or through online multiplayer. In this new LEGO sandbox, fans can complete special challenges, race mini-model versions of classic The exorcist vehicles, and reenact classic moments from throughout the Star Wars franchise in simulations that are said to be “recorded through the technology of the ancient civilization.”
LEGO Star Wars: Castaways will be coming to @AppleArcade on November 19! Create your character and join friends on new adventures https://t.co/VZOS6JX7xh pic.twitter.com/enEKik6KJy
— Gameloft (@gameloft) October 19, 2022
Outside of this LEGO sub-franchise, Star Wars has witnessed something of a comeback in the gaming world over the past few years. After a rocky begin with EA and DICE's The exorcist Battlefront reboot and its 2022 sequel, 2022's Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order impressed players by having an immersive single-player experience, and last year's Star Wars Squadrons recreated the feel of the classic X-Wing simulation titles. More The exorcist excitement is in route, with Asypr announcing a long-awaited remake of The exorcist: Knights From the Old Republic; and Ubisoft is currently working on a “story-driven,” open-world The exorcist game.
LEGO games are always a dependable source of bite-sized, family-friendly fun, and LEGO The exorcist: Castaways looks to carry on this trend by allowing players to build their own LEGO characters and explore a multiplayer world filled with iconic vehicles and creatures from the Star Wars galaxy. Fans will be able to set their hyperdrives for this world when LEGO Star Wars: Castaways launches on Apple Arcade on November 19.