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How to get the Baby Yoda dashboard decoration in Star Wars: Squadrons

One of the most beloved Star Wars characters right now is Baby Yoda (aka Grogu) from The Mandalorian TV series. He’s so beloved that EA Motive has implemented a Baby Yoda (or as the game calls it, the “Mysterious Creature”) dashboard decoration into Star Wars: Squadrons. Given the character’s popularity, many will likely want to use the new decoration, but newcomers might not be entirely clear on how to do so.

Luckily, we’ve got all the details on how to get the Baby Yoda dashboard decoration in Star Wars: Squadrons. The best part is that it’s free and can be acquired as long as you’re connected to the internet.

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How to get the Baby Yoda dashboard decoration

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The first thing you need to do is to make sure you’re connected to the internet while playing Star Wars: Squadrons. Upon installing the game, you’ll also be prompted to download the Mandalorian Supply Drop, which comes with Hanging Flair, Dashboard Flair, Holograms, and Decals — all based on the hit show. After you’ve downloaded it, you’ll need to complete the tutorial section of the game. It’ll take you around 20 minutes or so, but once you’re finished, you’ll be sent to the main menu where you can select from multiple options.

From here, you’ll want to choose the Customization menu at the bottom of the screen.

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Then, you’ll be taken to a new menu where you’ll be able to see the exterior of your ship. Move your cursor up to the top of the ship and select Customize Starfighter.

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Doing so will allow you to customize each of your ships. Make sure you select the correct ship with the D-pad on your controller and then click on Edit Loadout by pressing X on PlayStation or A on Xbox. Keep in mind, you’ll have to pick your Dashboard Flair for each ship since they’re all different.

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At the top of the screen, you’ll see a few different options that you can navigate through by using the bumpers. Scroll all the way to the right until you get to Dashboard, where you’ll see the Mysterious Species Legendary decoration.

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You’ll need to purchase it for 1,200 Glory Points, but if you just booted up the game for the first time, the game will have rewarded you with that exact amount to start with. So, assuming you didn’t buy anything else with your points, you’ll be able to get it right away.

Keep in mind, you earn Glory Points by simply playing the game. The best way to earn them is to complete Daily Challenges and to play in multiplayer mode against other players.

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