Zipping Past Danger Skywalker Saga

The LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Zipping Past Danger challenge is an extra task you can do in the Droid Factory Frenzy mission. It tells you to find a shortcut over a conveyor belt, which is incredibly obtuse. It’s nigh-impossible to pull this one off without help, which is where we come in. We’ll show you exactly how to complete Zipping Past Danger challenge in this guide.

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zipping past danger skywalker saga
Zipping Past Danger Skywalker Saga

How to Complete Zipping Past Danger in Skywalker Saga

To complete the Zipping Past Danger in LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga, you need to play through the Droid Factory Frenzy mission in Episode II: Attack of the Clones. At one point during the mission, 3PO and R2D2 will turn the power on to the conveyor belt. After that, Padme and Anakin drop down onto a second conveyor belt, which goes from the right to the left. Make your way down the “path” dodging the giant presses until you come to the last one before the next section, which goes vertically upwards. You need to jump onto that press when it goes down. Once you’re on the top of the press, wait for it to go back up. There, you’ll find a ladder you can use to climb onto a small platform.

To finish the LEGO Star Wars The Skywalker Saga Zipping Past Danger challenge, jump up and grab onto the zipline rope right above you. Ride it all the way to the end and drop down. This will complete the challenge, and you can freely proceed with the mission. The other challenges in this quest are No Hanging Around (rescue Padme in 30 seconds) and Mind Control Drone (make Geonosians fight each other with a Jedi mind trick). If you need help with something else in Skywalker Saga, we have a few other guides you might find interesting. We’ve written articles like How to Get Stud Multiplier, All Datacard Locations, and How to Do An Aileron Roll.

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