Skywalker Saga Speeder Spruce Up, Couldn't Find Hint Data

In our Skywalker Saga Speeder Spruce Up, Couldn’t Find Hint Data guide, we’re going to show you how to complete the Speeder Spruce Up mission in this game. Players have been experiencing some trouble with this mission; namely, they unlock mission hint, they get the “Couldn’t Find Hint Data” error. Which means they then can’t figure out where the mission is. All that being the case, we’ve decided to write this guide and hopefully help you out.

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Skywalker Saga Speeder Spruce Up, Couldn’t Find Hint Data

How to Complete Speeder Spruce Up in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga

To complete Speeder Spruce Up in Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga, you need to repair a speeder on Jakku and finish a race, but you wouldn’t know that if you got the “Couldn’t Find Hint Data” error message. This seems to happen fairly often; players unlock the mission hint, but then they can’t view it. We’re not sure what causes this bug (if it is a bug); it might have some connection with story progression. You might actually be able to see the hint once you’ve progressed far enough through the story quests on Jakku. It’s completely immaterial either way, since we’re going to explain exactly what to do in this guide.

In order to complete the Lego Star Wars Skywalker Saga Speeder Spruce Up mission, get to Niima Outpost and head to Rey’s AT-AT. It’s on in the east of the map. When you get to the AT-AT, head to the right, and you’ll see Rey’s speeder in pieces on the right, and a hooded man next to it. So, you need to break the piles of loose Lego bricks strewn around the speeder and use them to repair the vehicle. After that, you can talk to the hooded guy and participate in his race. It’s really just you driving as fast as you can in a large loop around Niima Outpost while making sure you hit all the gates. Finishing the race completes the mission.

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