Disney releases plans for Star Wars-themed lands

by Wade Massey April 20, 2017, 0:13

Disney Imagineer Asa Kalama said there will be opportunities for every guest to be immersed in Star Wars if they choose to do so (even if they want to join forces with the First Order).

EA announced at the Star Wars Celebration today that Star Wars: Battlefront II will be coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC on 17th November 2017 worldwide and is now available for preorder.

Over the weekend at Star Wars Celebration, we saw some teases of what will be available in the park, and now it sounds like there could be a resort inside the land that will be a must-stay for "Star Wars" fanatics.

Disney revealed renderings of the outpost Saturday, and said the specific setting would be "somewhere on the Outer Rim - lying on the edge of the Unknown Regions".

"This used to be a vibrant trading port back in the old sub-light-speed days, but now with the advent of hyperspace it's prominence has fallen and faded a little bit".

Created to look like you're staying on a spaceship, with designs that have a definite Star Wars feel to them, the hotel (which would set you back around $900-1000 for a two-night stay) is said to offer a full Star Wars experience. See you next time. Iden is tasked with finding and killing the Rebels we will soon have new details on the campaign background before the game officially hits store shelves.

Game director Mark Thompson revealed that their preparation for writing the game's new story mode involved reading up on Disney and Lucasfilm's new "Star Wars" canon since the previous Expanded Universe stories are now known as "Legends". Expect to see plenty of unusual characters, exotic supplies and "rogues looking to join a crew for their next adventure". Speaking with Mashable, Battlefront 2's creative director came out and said: "I can not talk about the specifics of this, but we have something different in mind that will allow you to play longer, be more invested in the game without having a fragmented community".

The Star Wars attraction will dwarf Disney's other themed lands and feature two new rides, including one in which guests can captain the Millennium Falcon spaceship.

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