Perhaps for the less faithful fans of ‘Star Wars,’ it is a complicated task to locate the events of all the products of the saga chronologically. However, Disney + wanted to clarify things for fans before the premiere of the last season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars‘, and has released an image with the timeline of the films and series of the franchise through its Twitter account.
Start your lightspeed journey through the timeline below! ⬇⬇⬇ pic.twitter.com/Wcd5TLXZJ9
— Disney+ (@disneyplus) February 19, 2020
The new image of the streaming service thus explains what the narrative order of the galactic universe is, a task that has become more difficult for less frequent fans over time. In this way, it clarifies the temporary location of series like ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’, located between the events of’ Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones ‘ and ‘ Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith ‘. In addition, the scheme also resolves fans’ doubts about ‘ Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ‘, located before ‘ Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope ‘, and ‘ Han Solo: A Star Wars Story ‘,
As for ‘ The Mandalorian ‘, launched on November 12, 2019, it is chronologically located after the events of ‘ Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi ‘. On the other hand, the last trilogy of films started with ‘ Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens’ coincides in time with the plot of ‘ Star Wars The Resistance ‘, fiction starring a young Resistance pilot with the mission of spying on the First Order.
Appetizer before ‘The Clone Wars’
The timeline of the galactic saga that Disney has launched comes days before the premiere of the final season of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’, which will be released next Friday, February 21. With this last session, 12 episodes that will develop the plot until the events of Episode III of the saga will reach the streaming platform of the Mickey mouse. In the trailer for this installment, the epicity of the battles he will have will be advanced.
On the other hand, this chronological scheme also serves so that fans can have studied the context in which the events of ‘The Mandalorian’ take place, which will arrive in Spain with Disney + on March 24.