Among the things we can't wait to explore in person: The Millennium Falcon ride that will let you drive Han Solo's famed ship yourself and another E-ticket ride that will put you in the middle of a fight between the Resistance and the First Order. From special character encounters to fan-favorite attractions like Star Tours - The Adventures Continue, and interactive entertainment like Jedi Training: Trials of the Temple, guests of all ages can experience Star Wars stories at Disney parks and resorts around the world.
What's particularly cool about Disney's new teaser for the Star Wars park is that rather than simply whipping up some fancy renders and photoshops, they actually built a scale model of what the park will attempt to replicate. Features include a restaurant that resembles the Mos Eisley cantina, X-wings, a replica of the Millennium Falcon and much more, according to MarketWatch.
The intentions for creating Star Wars land at both the Disney World and Disneyland locations was officially announced to the public at the 2015 D23 Expo, and they are excited to finally reveal, two years later, the completed design for the new coming land.
A 50-foot model of what Disneyland's Star Wars land will look like has been unveiled.
The "Star Wars" land could also offer some sort of tracking system that will integrate with the rides. "Depending on where you enter the land from one of three entrances, the visitor's story will vary". One cornerstone of that plan is the full-out Star Wars portion of both parks here in the States.
Mallwitz told The Orange County Register that roleplaying and engagement will be in play. Are you a spy? The other is a battle ride between the First Order and the Resistance. "It's up to you and your role inside of that will be defined by how you choose".