‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ introduces new, evil droid toy, BB-9E

Expect giveaways, treasure hunts and midnight madness events. Force Friday II kicks off on September 1.

Well, until now – because for the first time in years Star Wars fans are set to know more about Snoke, with soon-to-be-released Disney toys of the character revealing certain details about his true form.

Fans with the “Star Wars” app near one of the 20 landmarks can take pictures of the AR scene and join the social conversation using #FindtheForce and #ForceFriday. Customers will be able to use the Star Wars apps on their phones to scan QR codes on in-store, life-size displays of characters from “The Last Jedi”.

Apple is offering Star Wars-themed sessions such as you how to code with BB-8 and create your own “Star Wars” trailer in iMovie. The global three-day fan celebration spanning across thousands of retailers from September 1 – 3, when fans can experience the new product line from Star Wars: The Last Jedi for the first time.

No, it’s not another Window 10 Mixed Reality headset, but Star Wars: Jedi Challenges: a completely separate experience that combines an AR headset with a lightsaber controller.

Also available are those characters that have graced our screens for many years such as Yoda, Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Boba Fett, stormtroopers, Chewbacca, R2-D2 and C-3PO.

Moving on, Star Wars Leaks Reddit also uncovered a Force Friday II display at Target that shows Rey, Poe and BB-8, and one of Supreme Snoke’s Praetorian Guards. The system presents players with Star Wars themed augmented reality experience with multiple levels of gameplay.

Lego has a strong foothold in the world of Star Wars.

Credit: Lucasfilm/DisneyThe global event celebrates the upcoming release of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” with the launch of new toys and other products inspired by this latest addition to the “Star Wars” saga.

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