The Star Wars Celebration kicks off tomorrow, and there’s quite a lot to celebrate, most notably the new trilogy that begins later this year – I’ve already started planning my costume because you don’t go to a new Star Wars movie dressed like a respectable adult – and DICE’s Star Wars Battlefront reboot.
If you’re not going to be in Anaheim tomorrow, you won’t be left out. 30 hours of video from the convention will be live streamed, including the most important bits.
A Force Awakens panel with J.J. Abrams will be the first thing to be transmitted into your eyeballs, and across the 4-day event, the coverage will continue from a Star Wars cantina set, hopefully complete with everyone’s favourite Bith band, Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes.
Panels with the cast, including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, will be streamed, and you’ll get to see the Star Wars fan film awards too. That’s all great, but what about Battlefront? Don’t worry, that’s going to be streamed as well.
You’ll be able to smear your damp orbs of sight all over the stream tomorrow, April 16th, from 10am PST. The 30 hours of content will end with the live stream of the closing ceremony, which starts on April 19th at 3:30pm PST.