Final Angry Birds Star Wars trailer drops ahead of November 8th launch


According to the latest (and presumably final) Angry Birds Star Wars trailer, the new game from Rovio has everything you could want, including the Droids you are looking for. The advert went live on YouTube today and features the most complete look at the game we have seen thus far, including both its land and space-based physics, new characters from the Star Wars universe, and special weapons and powers.

The force is truly with our avian protagonists in this one, and while the Angry Birds franchise is certainly doing just fine, the new title might be just the shot in the arm the series needs. Rovio is doing their best to make the battle against the egg-stealing pigs feel fresh again. We’re hopeful for what is coming. Angry Birds Star Wars lands this Thursday, November 8th.


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  1. If u still play angry birds, ur a racist… There I said it.

    1. I don’t understand what you mean but I did laugh…

      1. And I was like… WHAT?!?!?!?!

    2. If you don’t still play angry birds, then you’re gay. There, I said it.

    3. For keeping the green pig down?

      1. U understand

    4. If you don’t like Angry Birds that’s fine, but don’t insult others because they still enjoy it. Angry Birds games are still really fun.

      1. U obviously are not familiar Family Guy references

    1. Agreed!

  2. Homer Simpson droooooooool

  3. Looks really good! I’m digging the new powers…..

  4. I said I wouldn’t. It looks like I might. :/

  5. can’t wait. just finished AB Space

  6. can’t wait to play luke skywalker!! did you see the gameplay trailer?

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