Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 release date confirmed
Following a first look trailer last week, the upcoming Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 now has an official confirmed release date.
Fans received their first look at the upcoming Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 last week when the trailer for the Disney+ show was released. The Clone Wars spin-off series was confirmed for a second season back in August 2021, with the trailer for the animated show dropping during Star Wars Celebration Anaheim.
In terms of a release date, the trailer only stated that Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 would return in the Autumn (or Fall) of 2022, with no specific details as to which day that would be. However, it’s now been confirmed that Star Wars: The Bad Batch season 2 will begin streaming on Disney+ from September 28.
The series will continue to follow the adventures of Clone Force 99, with Omega, Captain Rex and Crosshair, as they battle to survive in the early days of the Empire. The trailer for the second season has confirmed that many fan-favourite characters will also be appearing in the show, including Emperor Palpatine, Commander Cody and Gungi, a Wookiee Jedi youngling.
Rumours suggest that Omega may make her first minifigure appearance in a possible 75323 The Justifier set this summer, but the LEGO Group has yet to confirm any details so far. A potential design for the character’s minifigure was featured in a new short animated film at this year’s Star Wars Celebration event, but it’s not yet known if that look will be mirrored in a physical version of Omega.
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