Display of various star wars droid models behind a glass case, including bb-8 and r2-d2, with focus on unique design details.

New Series of ‘Star Wars’ Droid Factory Mystery Crates at Disneyland and Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

In honor of Star Wars Day on May the 4th, Droid Depot in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at both Disneyland and Disney’s Hollywood Studios has a new series of Droid Factory Mystery Crates. The first series of these mystery droid figures launched in late 2021.

Droid Factory Mystery Crates

Display of vintage vacuum tubes in clear case on a store shelf, labeled with various model numbers.
Photo from Walt Disney World

There are six possible astromech droids in this series:

  • MB-12: burgundy BB-shaped unit
  • LM-7B: white, black, and blue R4-shaped unit
  • AR-L5: blue BB-shaped unit
  • M5-K7: white and orange R2-shaped unit
  • SC-97: tan BB-shaped unit
  • J1-B2: white and silver R4-shaped unit
Display of various star wars droid models behind a glass case, including bb-8 and r2-d2, with focus on unique design details.
Photo from Walt Disney World

BB units, like BB-8, have orb-shaped bodies and domed heads. R2 units, like R2-D2, have cylindrical bodies and domed heads. R5 units have cylindrical bodies and conical heads with flat tops.

A hand holds a "droid factory mystery carton" with a blue design, in front of a shelf with droid parts, in a store.
Photo from Walt Disney World

The figures come in mystery crates that are steel blue with screen-like panels on the sides and top. The figures are recommended for ages 4 and up.

A person holds a small, blue toy replica of a star wars droid in a store aisle.
Photo from Disneyland

On the back of the crate is a fake control panel with red and white buttons.

Hand holding a small, translucent collectible card with a blue digital pattern, in front of a store shelf with toys.
Photo from Disneyland

Pricing varies from $14.99 to $19.99.

A hand holding a small, square, metallic coaster with a blue design featuring a stylized skull symbol, in front of a display with boxes in a store.
Photo from Disneyland

The Droid Depot symbol is in silver on the top.

Check out more May the 4th exclusives and read our full guide to Season of the Force at Disneyland Resort.

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