Since the release of sequel trilogy Star Wars has been having a really hard time satisfying the fans. First there were tensions with George Lucas which prompted fans to feel if they should devote themselves towards the sequel trilogy if the ideas of the original writer are not even being taken into account. But as time has gone by fandom has grown to be embracing towards it. The sequel trilogy by all means was a bumpy ride but projects alongside it or after it have been able to make some sort of positive impact on it. Rogue one was accepted wholeheartedly by the fandom though the same can’t be said about the Han Solo story. But the biggest break through came in the form of The Mandalorian, a Disney+ series which propelled the streaming service to huge heights, something such a new venture never expected to do. Fans all over the world were surprised when Disney did not launch itself with any series from Marvel their highest grossing franchise, but instead put their trust on Star Wars. Well their trust paid off and the show became the most in demand show of the country.
All this success inspired the creative team to push towards new fields. These fields would absolutely result in new projects one of which they have been teasing for the longest time The Luminous Project which literally hints towards breaking the force. Well now it has officially been titled as Star Wars: The High Republic. A trailer was released for it and we got certain glimpses of characters that are going to appear on it with the most prominent being a Young Baby Yoda..
As The High Republic takes place 200 years prior to the events of The Phantom Menace and at the height of the Jedi Order, Yoda could certainly factor into the interconnected story in some fashion. This also provestrue an earlier rumour that suggested the next Star Wars movie sagawould take place during the High Republic era and feature a young Yoda.
This will not be the only written work that will come out at Star Wars Celebration Anaheim it will release alongside Into the Dark, a young adult novel by Claudia Gray; Star Wars: The High Republic: A Test of Courage, a middle-grade novel by Justina Ireland; Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures, an IDW series by Daniel José Older; and a Marvel comics series titled Star Wars: The High Republic, by Cavan Scott.