Lucasfilm Releases Concept Art for Star Wars: Tales From Galaxy’s Edge

Disney is doing its best to connect its Star Wars theme park to the greater lore of the galaxy far, far away.

Lucasfilm and ILMxLAB have been developing a brand new VR experience called Star Wars: Tales From The Galaxy's Edge, and the videogame set to be released this year will take Star Wars gamers inside the world of Batuu a planet specifically created for Disney's theme park attraction, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.

Taking place between Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the third and final film in Disney's Star Wars sequel trilogy, Tales from Galaxy's Edge will offer fans a brand new experience to explore.

While Lucasfilm has officially skipped this year's San Diego Comic-Con International, the studio's been releasing a few updates here and there, including new concept art from the ILMxLAB Star Wars VR experience.

Taking to Twitter, ILMxLAB decided to share two new pieces of concept art for Tales from Galaxy's Edge on Twitter. The graphics look beautiful, one showing us an interior landscape that seems to feature a cave on Batuu and the other showcasing the interior of a starship with blue milk sitting comfortingly at the edge of a table.

The studio's post also seems to tease new information coming fans way on July 28, next Tuesday. According to ILMxLAB, fans are going to find more about Tales from Galaxy's Edge and the game's story. Next week's post is going to allow gamers to "discover something new on Batuu."

Could this be an official synopsis or footage? Let's wait and see.

Star Wars: Tales from Galaxy's Edge has yet to receive a release date, but we'll update fans as soon as we get word.

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