Star Wars: Dave Filoni Explains How The Clone Wars Final Season Will Provide a Satisfying Conclusion

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
February 20, 2020  10:43 AM

It's almost time for the premiere of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 and there is little doubt that fans have high expectations when it comes to the show. Luckily, it sounds like Dave Filoni will not let us down this year. The creator of the animated series confirmed that the final season will provide a satisfactory ending.

Filoni recently spoke to Entertainment Weekly about The Clone Wars Season 7 and he admitted that it was a good thing that the final season was delayed. After all, the crew behind the series can now work with the amazing advancements in animation, allowing them to tackle certain scenes they were unable to in the previous years.

“We have tools and capabilities that we did not have in the beginning of Clone Wars, just because animation’s come so far,” Filoni said. “There are many things that we can render with nuance and detail that we just couldn’t before.”

We're not quite sure what to expect just yet but the first glimpses at the final season have been promising. The premiere episode of Season 7 will introduce Clone Force 99, a clone commando squad comprised of clones with desirable mutations. Not surprisingly, Star Wars fans are already looking forward to meeting the so-called Bad Batch this Friday.

The premiere episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7 is titled The Bad Batch. The final season will premiere on Disney+ on February 21.

Related: Dave Filoni Teases The Clone Wars' Long-Awaited Conclusion

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