Disney has registered 24 domains which vary in form, but all point to something called Star Wars Attack Squadron. The registrations don’t provide any other details, so while it’s possible it could be some sort of game, it could be anything since the firm now owns the Star Wars brand: a cartoon, TV show, movie, min-series, set of books, a ride at Disney World, candy. Anything, really. We’ll keep an eye on it just in case. Thanks, Fusible.
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Star Wars Attack Squadron