First Look at Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance has officially landed at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Florida. (Don’t worry it’s coming soon to Disneyland Park on Jan. 17, 2020.) Become a hero of the Resistance in a climactic battle with the First Order in one of the most immersive, ambitious, and technologically-advanced attractions ever created for a Disney park.
This new attraction inside Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge draws you into a sprawling Star Wars narrative that blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, as jaw-dropping sights brimming with vivid detail create surprises around every turn. In one of the longest Disney attraction experiences ever, Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance delivers thrilling action driven by cutting-edge technology and innovative design that gives guests the feeling of stepping inside a Star Wars film.
So, wondering how it all goes down? Get a closer look at the ride below!
In Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, you find the Resistance’s temporary encampment in the forested area along the outskirts of Black Spire Outpost on Batuu. The gateway to the encampment is marked by a large turret. From there, a pathway leads deeper into the forest toward towering cliffs and the crumbling remains of an ancient civilization. Then, you’ll weave through low stone walls, timeworn pillars and tight corridors and progress farther into the base, hearing military communications chatter along the way.
In a makeshift briefing room, Rey appears via holo-transmission alongside dutiful droid BB-8 to welcome the new Resistance recruits. She shares a plan to reunite with General Leia Organa at an off-planet location that must be kept secret from the
From there, you board a nearby Intersystem Transport Ship (I-TS) and have to make your rendezvous quickly to avoid a First Order Star Destroyer on its way to Batuu… Should be a piece of cake, right?
Want to see more? Scroll down for photos from the new attraction!
Are you ready for Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance? Start planning your trip to Disney’s Hollywood Studios now!
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