Roaming BD-X droids on the move in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland Park

BREAKING: BD-X Roaming Droids Becoming Daily Offering in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland

Toni Ferrigno

The BD-X Roaming Droids first playtested by Walt Disney Imagineering last year will be a part of “Star Wars” Season of the Force for the first time this year.

BD-X Roaming Droids to Become Daily Offering

Roaming BD-X droids on the move in Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland Park

The three droids, which were tested in the streets of Black Spire Outpost last year, will be a daily part of the Season of the Force celebration, appearing in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, Disney confirms. They can be found roaming around Black Spire Outpost throughout the length of the event, from April 5 to June 2.

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The Season of the Force event will see a nighttime show, attraction overlays, exclusive merchandise, food and beverages, and more.

When we spotted the droids “in training,” Cast Members were calling them by their colors, green, blue, and orange. At the time, Executive R&D Imagineer, Walt Disney Imagineering, Joel Peavy said, “We’re playtesting our new legged walking character platform at Disneyland’s Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, walking them through the land to help us better understand what types of interactions really resonate with our guests.”

Watch our video of the droids in action while they were being tested by Imagineers at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland back in October of 2023 below.

Roaming interactive droids like the BD-X were originally promised as a part of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge when the land opened in 2019. Sources shared that Disney felt it would be too crowded for the droids to freely roam around. This addition of BD-X roaming droids sees some of those initial plans come to fruition.

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