As part of D23’s Fantastic Worlds Celebration virtual event, Star Wars fans got to enjoy a sneak peek at new products coming soon to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!
During the virtual panel, Brad Schoeneberg, Tracie Alt and Cody Hampton from the Disney Parks Merchandise team chat with Mark Daniel about the storytelling that goes into the merchandise available in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.
As a surprise, four new products were shown off throughout the panel, as well as an update on new legacy lightsabers coming to Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities.
Coming soon to Disney’s Hollywood Studios, guests will be able to purchase their own Boba Fett wooden doll, inspired by Jyn Erso’s Stormtrooper doll from “Rogue One.”
You’ve likely seen this creature if you’ve made a visit to Batuu, and come December, you’ll be able to bring your own Dianoga home! The Dianoga will come in its own container for safe transport.
Straight from “Star Wars Resistance,” guests can take home CB-23 from Droid Depot starting tomorrow, Nov. 17. This limited-release remote-controlled droid will come with its own personality chip to capture that authentic character fans love from the animated series.
The five droids located just outside Droid Depot will be able to go home with guests in the form of a Droid Factory 5-pack. This collection will be coming soon to Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
In addition, between now and the release of the Cal Kestis legacy lightsaber in fall 2021, there will be new legacy lightsabers released. Guests are encouraged to check frequently with the staff at Dok-Ondar’s for updates on new shipments. With these new additions, however, some of the first edition lightsabers will be retired; the staff at Dok-Ondar will let guests know when a saber is set to be retired.
Even more new merch is available now, including a new plush Boba Fett from the 1978 “Star Wars Holiday Special” (limited to one per guest), additional Star Wars plush, and new apparel and accessories inspired by the four classes of lightsabers from Savi’s Workshop.
You can check out the full panel, “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge – Storytelling Through Merchandise,” below, and learn more about D23 Fantastic Worlds Celebration here.