Get ready for new 'Star Wars' toys: 'Force Friday II' is tonight

This includes new "FORCE LINK" technology that mixes wearable tech with the beloved characters and vehicles from the Star Wars universe to deliver a "play experience that brings Star Wars stories to life like never before".

Well, until now - because for the first time in years Star Wars fans are set to know more about Snoke, with soon-to-be-released Disney toys of the character revealing certain details about his true form.

On top of that, of course, will be the launch of the entire Star Wars: The Jedi product range: we're talking toys, gadgets, collectibles, and books.

The Imperial Army is coming to Earth, and you can get a great view of the action.

Jedi Challenges uses a smartphone-powered Lenovo Mirage AR headset, Tracking Beacon, Lightsaber controller, and promises hours of Star Wars gameplay.

This year, the "Star Wars" toys have a particular tech focus, and Apple Stores are a big partner.

"Star Wars" fans are going to the dark side. During a Force Friday toy demonstration on the Disney Lot, it was explained to me that our boy BB-8 will actually "run away" from BB-9E.

And, of course, there was the infamous interrogation droid from the very first "Star Wars" movie, which Darth Vader used on Princess Leia in the hopes that she would "discuss the location of your hidden Rebel base". We don't really need to be hyped up for the next film in the Star Wars saga, but if there has been one thing synonymous with the franchise it's merchandising.

Force Friday is back! Players can then scan the art with their phones to see a virtual Star Wars character and learn more information about the upcoming film.

Although Similar to BB-8 in size and appearance, BB-9E has two distinct differences: it is black and has a red eye.

Do you want to meet the adorable Porgs face-to-face?

  • Arturo Norris