Alex and Amanda were both at the Star Wars Celebration in Orlando this past weekend when they were given the chance to meet Luke Skywalker and have a picture and an autograph, so what better time than for Alex to get down on one knee and propose to his girlfriend?
But per what we've seen from the recently-released teaser trailer, The Last Jedi resumes right as Rey hands the Skywalker lightsaber back to Luke.
But what if we take a look at the trailer and compare it to some clips from The Force Awakens trailer?
In the second half of the trailer, Battlefront II's multiplayer mode that spans all three eras of Star Wars films, comes into focus as well as new playable heroes and villains such as Rey, Darth Maul and Yoda. New locations and characters are part of the story but what about gameplay. That means there will be characters, vehicles and locations from the prequels, the original trilogy and the ongoing sequel trilogy. Interestingly, the single player missions in this game have you playing as a member of an Imperial Special Forces unit. DICE enlisted the developer Criterion, who worked on the Star Wars Battlefront Rogue One: X-Wing VR Mission to help create ships and vehicles that control well in combat, something that was a little hard to master in the first Star Wars Battlefront. The game will also feature different planets in which Vardos, Yavin IV, Kamino, Endor, Starkiller Base, Mos Eisley, and Hoth are confirmed.
Which is why we've put together this handy post with links to the entirety of Collider's Star Wars Celebration coverage.
"We wanted to create a campaign that told a story we haven't seen before in 'Star Wars, '" says Mark Thompson, game director at Motive Studios.