Last Thursday DICE revealed that Star Wars Battlefront's Death Star expansion will launch in September, and that it'll include a "larger-than-life character" that fans have requested for a long time.
"Rogue One" director Gareth Edwards also commented on the crawl, and acknowledged that the standalone movies will likely want to differentiate themselves from the main series.
Director Gareth Edwards said Rogue One may not have an opening crawl because it might lead people to believe Rogue One 2 is on the way.
Oh, and you'll also get to play as Chewbacca and Bossk.
Rogue One tells the story of a group of rebel fighters on a mission to steal the plans for the Death Star.
Scenes from the Star Wars celebration behind-the-scenes trailer for Rogue One
Star Wars Rebels will be returning to Disney XD for its third season this fall, but at this year's Star Wars Celebration Europe, the show got a panel of its very own.
"Rogue One: A Star Wars Story" will be in theaters December 16, 2016. The Death Star expansion also promises to bring new vehicles, weapons, and Star Cards for players to master.
He described how he and his sound recordist had a "nerd-gasm" when they heard Jones say the word "power" in his deep, distinctive voice.
Star Wars Battlefront might not have been the blossoming package of content it should've been at launch, but if you felt no remorse shelling out extra for the season pass you've probably been treated rather fairly.
But does "Rogue One" really need any background?