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Bad Batch Declassified: 5 Highlights from “Paths Unknown”

The final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is here! In Bad Batch Declassified, we’ll explore our favorite moments from each episode, available only on Disney+. Armor up and join us for the ride.

Spoiler warning: This article discusses details and plot points from the Star Wars: The Bad Batch episode, “Paths Unknown.”

Rounding out our reunion with the members of Clone Force 99, in the second episode of the final season we depart from Mount Tantiss for parts unknown and catch up with Hunter and Wrecker. Their journey is filled with familiar faces, including the criminal Roland Durand from Season 1 and a trio of clone cadets who have been left on their own. But something wicked is lurking on the world of Setron. Here are five highlights from “Paths Unknown.”

1. The

Bad Batch Declassified: 5 Highlights from “Confined”

The final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is here! In Bad Batch Declassified, we’ll explore our favorite moments from each episode, available only on Disney+. Armor up and join us for the ride.

Spoiler warning: This article discusses details and plot points from the Star Wars: The Bad Batch episode, “Confined.”

It’s been a long road for the Bad Batch. Misfit heroes of the Republic turned outlaw renegades in the age of the Empire, their lives have come to center around survival and finding purpose. They’ve seen amazing victories. Narrow escapes. Tragic losses. All of it hard, all of it incredible to watch.

The long-awaited final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is finally here, kicking off with “Confined,” which picks up with Omega and Crosshair adjusting to their new

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection Coming March 14

Grab your gear and your controller, soldiers. It’s time to return to the battlefront.

During today’s Nintendo Direct, Aspyr and Lucasfilm Games revealed Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection, which will see the beloved Star Wars Battlefront (2004) and Star Wars Battlefront II (2005) introduced to a new generation. Coming March 14 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation5, PlayStation4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC via Steam for $35.01, Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection features restored online play for up to 64 players, expansions to Hero Assault mode, and all previously released bonus content for both titles. Steam users will also enjoy Steam Deck support. 

Star Wars Battlefront Classic Collection includes a galaxy of content inspired by the original and prequel trilogies, from famous battles across Episodes I-VI, to playable heroes and villains

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3 Is Here!

Their mission isn’t over yet.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch is back today, with a Season 3 premiere on Disney+ featuring three brand-new episodes. The story starts right where we left off in Season 2, with Omega and Crosshair imprisoned inside the Imperial facility at Mount Tantiss and the rest of her brothers —Hunter, Wrecker, and Echo — desperate to get her back with Clone Force 99.

Find out what happens next and enjoy the final season of the epic tale following an elite squad of clones just trying to make their way in the galaxy.

For more on The Bad Batch:

Meet the series stars Dee Bradley Baker and Michelle Ang

Hear from executive producer/supervising director Brad Rau, executive producer/head writer Jennifer Corbett, and executive producers Athena Portillo

Rewatch the Season 3 trailer and gaze upon the

“Straight into the Tough Stuff”: Michelle Ang on New Episodes of Star Wars: The Bad Batch

The Omega we meet at the start of Season 3 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch is far different from the character’s debut three years ago. The bright-eyed young clone who excitedly discovered the galaxy beyond rainy Kamino has matured over the years, and now finds herself trapped in a secret Imperial medical base being forced to serve the Empire’s excruciating medical testing on other clones.

“Season 3 opens with Omega being separated from the Batch willingly because she recognizes not doing that endangers all the people that she loves,” says Michelle Ang, who voices the character. “That’s a pretty big call for a young character.” For Ang, the decision to give herself up at the end of Season 2 showcases how much the character has grown. “It shows that Omega’s

Star Wars: Visions Wins 2 Annie Awards

Star Wars: Visions took home awards in two categories at the Annie Awards, StarWars.com is excited to report!

Paul Young and Cartoon Saloon won Best Direction – TV/Media for “Screecher’s Reach,” which follows the gifted Daal as she travels to the mysterious Screecher’s Reach to face her destiny.

In addition, Markus Wormstorm, Nadia Darries, Dineo Du Toit, and Trigger Fish Animation Studios won Best Music – TV/Media for the short “Aau’s Song.” “Aau’s Song” centers around the young Aau, who connects with the Force through music.

For more on these episodes, check out StarWars.com’s interviews with Paul Young and Nadia Darries and Daniel Clarke.

Visions is an animated anthology series, featuring stories created by studios from around the world. Volume 1 and Volume 2 are now streaming on Disney+. This year, Volume 2 received

SWTOR Dreadful Entity and Hateful Entity Lore Explained

Everything we know about the Dreadful Entity and Hateful Entity in SWTOR: where they come from and what is their origin story. There aren’t any codex entries specifically about the Dreadful Entity and Hateful Entity, nor proper achievements for defeating them, so we don’t know exactly what happened. Instead of conveying narrative through cutscenes and … Read more

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch's Executive Producers Gear Up for One Last Mission

It’s not easy being the Bad Batch, but lately it’s been especially rough. Last year on Star Wars: The Bad Batch, our favorite clone squad lost its brother and science whiz Tech, was betrayed by a supposed ally, and saw young Omega snatched by Imperial mad scientist Dr. Royce Hemlock. To borrow a phrase Obi-Wan Kenobi, they were dark times.

“When we first started this show, we had hoped that we could get three seasons to tell this story,“ executive producer and head writer Jennifer Corbett tells StarWars.com. „We kicked Season 1 off with Order 66 and the team trying to figure out where they fit in the galaxy. We knew Season 2 was going to be a little bit darker, because we knew that the team was going to lose