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Clone Force 99 Takes the Spotlight in Star Wars: The Bad Batch Trailer

Lucasfilm is a few weeks away from debuting its next animated series in the Star Wars Universe. On Star Wars Day, May 4, the upcoming The Bad Batch series will officially premiere. The producers have now officially dropped the first trailer for the Clone Wars spinoff, featuring the return of Hunter, Echo, Tech, Wrecker, and Crosshair. Together, they form the Clone Force 99, a band of experimental clones who possess peculiar skills that make them lethal in combat. Fans will also see some familiar faces, including Ming-Na Wen’s Fennec Shand from The Mandalorian and the young version of  Saw Gerrera (Andrew Kishino) from The Clone Wars. In the story, the Machiavellian Admiral Tarkin commands the wipeout of the squad of elite clones. Now that The Clone Wars have ended, it’s time for Hunter and the others to find their place in the galaxy.

You can check the Star Wars: The Bad Batch trailer in the player here below.

According to the official description, “Star Wars: The Bad Batch follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War. Members of Bad Batch—a unique squad of clones who vary genetically from their brothers in the Clone Army—each possess a singular exceptional skill that makes them extraordinarily effective soldiers and a formidable crew.”

Star Wars: The Bad Batch will premiere on Disney+ on May 4. In the meantime, you can check out the new poster for the animated series.

What do you think about the Star Wars: The Bad Batch trailer? And what do you expect from the upcoming series? Let us know in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading: Star Wars Legends Epic Collection: The Clone Wars Vol. 1

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