Starting on December 3 and running through December 9, Star Wars Battlefront II will be on sale at Target for $39.99 ($20 off) for PS4 and XBOX One platforms.
WDW News Today is reporting that Star Tours attractions at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disneyland Park is planning on updating the ride experience giving riders the option of experiences elements of Episode 1-6 or 7-8 and beyond – essentially splitting the characters and locations from the Prequel and Original Trilogies from current Sequel Trilogy (pre- and post-Disney acquisition of Lucasfilm if you will). Head on over to WDWNT for the details.
EA has posted their latest trailer for Star Wars Battlefront II showcasing the single player campaign. This game looks gorgeous and I can’t wait to start playing!
Check out this new look at the upcoming Star Wars Battlefront II game featuring John Boyega. This looks AMAZING!
A reddit user DarthCaloNord found that there is an unannounced exclusive Sphero R2-Q5 coming soon to Apple stores while scrubbing through the Sphero Droids app code. The product itself seems to be confirmed via this hidden page on Sphero’s website.
Thanks to Prensa Imperial for the heads up.
UPDATE: The page on Sphero’s website has been removed.
The official Star Wars app has been updated with new content allowing collectors to “Find the Force” this Force Friday. Click on through for some screen grabs from the app. Head over to StarWars.com for more details.
Thanks to Twitter follower iOrder66 for the alert.
Discovered through recent filings with the FCC, there appears to be an R2-D2 and a BB-9E app-enabled droid coming from Sphero for The Last Jedi.
Thanks to @ManaByte on Twitter for the heads-up.
Walmart.com has posted a listing (found with a simple search) for a Jakks Pacific Pinball game for the The Last Jedi that give ultra-clear images of some of the new characters from the film. Click on through for the images.
Last year during the height of the #WheresRey campaign, Hasbro addressed parent/fan/collector concerns regarding the omission of Rey as a game piece in the Monopoly The Force Awakens Set.
Today, the Chicago Tribune has posted a follow-up and “due to insufficient interest”, the game won’t be updated to include her (in the U.S.). But all is not lost as the representative for Hasbro states that the piece was in fact made and is available through Hasbro’s Customer Service department.