Today we’re taking a look at what Disney + has planned for Star Wars Day 2021 launches. Star Wars Day is May 4th, also known as “May 4th be with you”, a key time of year for any Star fan Wars. This holiday is both an opportunity to promote products and services and a celebration of the Star Wars universe for fans, but so do all other holidays at this time in history.
With Disney +, Star Wars Day 2021 is the day the next episodic Star Wars program is released. On May 4, Star Wars: The Bad Batch begins! Also released on May 4, 2021 is a crossover mini-episode of The Simpsons.
The launch of the Simpsons from Star Wars is called “Maggie Simpsons in the Awakening of the Force of Your Nap”. This is one of a series of short episodes of The Simpsons that are exclusive to Disney +, usually focusing on Maggie Simpson for ultimate cuteness.
Disney + will also launch two virtual art “packages”. These are some of the most interesting features that Disney + has launched in its short time in the streaming universe. Recognizing that not all content needs to be a program or movie with a script, Disney + has a series of “virtual works of art”, designed to be reproduced, but not necessarily concentrated in an active and standard way.
For Star Wars, this means “Star Wars Biomes” and “Star Wars Vehicle Flythroughs”. The Star Wars Biomes series offers trips to Tatooine, Hoth, Sorgan and other places in this universe of science fiction.
Panoramic Star Wars vehicle flights will begin with the Millennium Falcon and an Imperial Star Destroyer. If you’ve never visited any of these ships in an ultra-detailed video game, you’re missing out. This should serve as a teaser for an experience like this.
Star Wars: The Bad Batch happens right after Star Wars: The Clone Wars and Revenge of the Sith. He will focus on a set of clones in many shapes and sizes – genetically modified and different from his clone brothers – as they advance through the universe.
All of these new pieces of content will be available to Disney + viewers on May 4, 2021 at 12pm Pacific Time. This is 1 am, mountain time, 2 am, central time, 3 am, Eastern time, May 4, 2021