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Ahsoka gets a final trailer for its Disney+ premiere, a dream for Star Wars Rebels fans

Disney+’s biggest premiere in August, Star Wars Ahsoka, gets one last trailer full of beloved characters, callbacks, winks toward Rebels, and lots of emotions.

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Chopper, the Sindula family, Sabine and her mysterious Sith enemy... If you’ve seen Star Wars Rebels, it’s impossible for Ahsoka’s final trailer not to paint a huge smile on your face. The series is Disney+’s big bet for the month of August and it looks better every time.

Who is Ahsoka Tano?

For those who don’t know her, Ahsoka Tano was Anakin Skywalker’s Padawan, a Jedi of the Togruta species who left the organization after being falsely accused of murder. After that, she had to hide for a long time, which allowed her to survive order 66, and discovered years later the fate of her master, who turned into Vader and became the right hand of Emperor Palpatine.

Ahsoka seems like a dreamy live-action for fans of Star Wars: Rebels, the animated series you should watch before Ahsoka to understand the character’s origins and her particular relationship with Anakin. Will we see Hayden Christensen back? Cross our fingers.

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2023 is also the year of Star Wars in video games

This year fans of the galactic saga are not only going to enjoy it in front of the screen, but they can also do it already behind their controllers because a couple of months ago we enjoyed the launch of Star Wars Jedi Survivor, of which our resident Wookie expert, Borja Ruete, said the following in the MeriStation review:

“Star Wars Jedi: Survivor goes a step further in all its sections. It respects the playable base of its predecessor but enhances it with the most successful novelties and changes. The story goes deeper, it delves into the traumatic situations of its protagonists and the concept of family that unites them. At the playable level, the new stances (fighting styles) bring freshness and shape a more elaborate and precise combat system, which nevertheless continues to fail in closed spaces. The planets of the galaxy are structured around the greatly improved Metroidvania formula compared to the first installment.

As if that wasn’t enough, Ubisoft also revealed their own Star Wars action adventure open world title, Star Wars Outlaws, which will bring with it an entirely new cast of characters for adventures during the Age of the Rebellion.