Disney Parks might be temporarily closed, but you can ride along on one of its most popular attractions from home.

Rise of the Resistance has been called the most ambitious attraction in Disney history. The approach to the attraction includes a temporary encampment of the Resistance, a forested area on the outskirts of Black Spire Outpost on Batu. From there, a pathway leads deeper into the forest toward towering cliffs and the crumbling remains of an ancient civilization.

Rey, in the form of a holo-transmission and alongside a droid BB-8, welcomes new Resistance recruits. A plan is shared, which must be kept secret from the First Order.

Guests load into a transport shuttle, which launches them into virtual space. But there's immediate trouble: They're captured by a Star Destroyer and pursued by Kylo Ren as they try to escape the First Order.

Guests flee First Order Stormtroopers onboard a Star Destroyer. And then, a sight that's sure to stick with riders for some time: Guests enter a hangar filled with 50 stormtroopers and a docked TIE fighter. At various points, guests dodge blaster bolts from stormtroopers and scurry past huge turbo-laser cannons and stumble into the Star Destroyer’s bridge.

"Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is the most ambitious, immersive, advanced, action-packed attraction we’ve ever created. We threw out the rulebook when designing this attraction to deliver experiential storytelling on a massive, cinematic scale," according to Bob Chapek, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. "Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance sets a new standard for what a theme park experience can be -- just like Galaxy’s Edge, itself."

The finale, a simulation experience and a highlight of the experience, gives the sensation of falling from space to crash land on Batuu.

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