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Get a Glimpse of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Before It Opens at Disney Parks in 2019!

The year 2019 still seems far, far away, but at least we now have a preview of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge to hold us over until opening day. On March 9, Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger revealed drone footage of one of the much-anticipated parks, which is to debut at both Disneyland and Disney World sometime next year. The construction progress is still a ways from completion, but seeing some the bones of the attractions come to life at the planet of Batuu has made us more excited than ever.

According to Disney Parks Blog, Star Wars land will be "one of the most detailed and immersive lands ever created in Disney Parks history." And once you see the expansive addition in the video above, you'll understand how that will be possible.

Parkgoers can expect to find life-size AT-AT walkers towering over the park, as well as two main attractions that "take detail and immersion to the next level": a secret mission that allows guests to control the Millennium Falcon, and an "epic" Star Wars battle between the First Order and the Resistance. Sounds amazing, right?

Watch the construction footage from Walt Disney World for an amazing preview of what's to come!

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