This is Star Wars Day and May Fourth bringing some sweet discounts and freebies, a new streaming series and our first glimpse into a working light coming to Walt Disney World next year. Let’s take a look at the best festivals…
A workable skylight
There have been some pretty nifty Lightsaber toys through the years, but no one can really compare to what is real, as depicted in the movies. This is going to change next year when Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Experience launches next year.
But in a post Disney park blog, The company talks of a new lightbasser developed by the company’s R&D unit as part of the holiday experience, which looks like a hotel within a starship that enables people to live up to Star Wars fantasies.
“Guests who experience Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will be seeing it in action for the first time – when it debuts in this amazing new two-day debut in 2022. Seeing that the Lightbuser will be activated right before your eyes, in countless ways. One of the will, from the moment you arrive to the moment you depart, you will be told a Star Wars story where your decisions and actions – or even casual conversations you may have – determine your personal journey. How is it. “
JD: Fallin Order Free on Stadia Pro
If you are a Google Stadia Pro member, you can get the best single player Star Wars game of recent times at home. Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is free to download in celebration of Star Wars Day. It is usually £ 40 so there is a chance that it may snatch up some new customers.
The game has been greatly reduced for Star Wars Day on many platforms for everyone, as we explained last week. Here are some other great studia games.
Bad batch is here
The new animated series, The Bad Batch debuted today on Disney Plus with a 70-minute premiere. The series is described as the eighth series of the Clone Wars in all but name. This order follows Clone Force 99 following the execution of 66, which saw cloned soldiers on the Jedi. These people are a ‘defective batch’ with slightly more autonomy.
To watch, you will need a Disney Plus membership.
The Force Awakens from It’s Nap
Talking about Disney Plus, A Surprise less Maggie Simpson is called “Force Awake from Nap”. The mini, released to commemorate Star Wars Day, is now available to stream on Disney Plus.
Google animation funtimes
Google “Star Wars Day” and see what happens. Enjoy the rest of your Star Wars Day however you choose to spend it and the fourth may be with you… always.