They got to see the trailer for the fourth and final season of the animated Star Wars Rebels TV show, a sneak peek at the single-player campaign of Star Wars Battlefront II and the first teaser for Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
This tid-bit of information follows a similarly vague trailer for 'The Last Jedi' which was unveiled on Friday (April 14) at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida.
Rian Johnson however has reassured everyone the keyboard-bashing and extensive family mapping won't be in vain, saying it's going to be "addressed" in The Last Jedi.
The woman working at the box office reluctantly got the manager to let the would-be film stars in. "It was so early they didn't have John Williams" score.
With this year marking the first Star Wars Celebration since Carrie Fisher passed away last winter, there were plenty of touching words said about the late actress and writer by colleagues and admirers alike.
"In fact, when I was reading it, I thought if Leia's trying to mentally contact me and she's not successful, she'll still rush to his [Han's] aid. And it's coming to your galaxy this summer.' Big explosion". With this upcoming sequel, EA seems to be taking aim at the many criticisms levied against its divisive Battlefront reboot.
But the actors needn't have been too concerned.
"We wanted to create a campaign that told a story we haven't seen before in 'Star Wars, '" says Mark Thompson, game director at Motive Studios.