Star Wars: The Clone Wars is coming back for a seventh season. On Sunday, at the Star Wars Celebration fan convention in Chicago, Disney rolled out an official trailer for the extended series, along with new details on the upcoming 12-episode arc.
While the first trailer for the next 12-episode season of the fan-favorite show was light on any actual action, this trailer, which focuses on the Jedi trainee Ahsoka Tano, more than makes up for it.
The trailer also offers a first look at the experimental Clone Force 99, or “the Bad Batch.” This odd ragtag group of Troopers was first teased in information about The Clone Wars episodes that were in some stage of development when the show initially ended. While the Bad Batch only appeared for a few moments in the trailer, a clip that aired earlier in the panel offered a slightly longer look at the troopers.
In addition to the apparent deaths of several prominent Clone Troopers, the trailer also teases the rise of the Mandalorians and the long-awaited return of Darth Maul. The final moments of the trailer offer a brief glimpse of a lightsaber duel between the Sith Lord and Ahsoka.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 does not currently have a release date. Disney+ launches Nov. 12. The monthly subscription will cost $6.99 with a yearly price of $69.99.
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