Spanning 11 live-action feature films and six live-action TV shows (and counting), the “Star Wars” universe is ever-expanding. Starting with the very first instalment, filmmaker George Lucas made clear to audiences that he was telling a saga out of order. “Episode IV: A New Hope” underlined there was both a past and a future beyond the 1977 film, and indeed this saga has moved forward and backwards in time, telling a number of different kinds of stories in a galaxy far, far away.
To that end, whether you’re new to the franchise or hold it dear as a favourite film series, you may be looking for a way to watch all the “Star Wars” movies in order. From young Anakin Skywalker to Rey Palpatine, we’ve got the full story in order below.
But not just that – we also weave in how to watch the “Star Wars” shows in order, and for the hardcore fans, how to watch the movies and shows together in order. May the force be with you…“Star Wars” Movies in Chronological Order
Star Wars Fans Are Bringing Infamous Spacecrafts Into Starfield in Epic Fashion
There’s a huge amount of customization features in every aspect of Bethesda’s Starfield, including the ship-building sections. Players can craft crafts of all varieties, lending themselves to weird and wacky creations.
However, a lot of fans of another intergalactic IP — the infamous Star Wars saga — have taken to creating infamous ships in Bethesda’s Starfield.
One Star Wars fan, in a much upvoted effort, shared their recreation of Han Solo’s Millennium Falcon in Starfield. The Corellian Freighter is spectacularly detailed, with the shape, cockpit, and pincer front all down to a tee.
“The second one is huge, just one block off of max build length. Managed to get 3000 cargo as well,” krunkstep77, the creator, wrote.
Starfield fans elsewhere have tried to emulate other ships from Star Wars, with one TikTok account – spectrexgaming – revealing their “fully operational” X-Wing in Starfield. The craft, most famously used by the Rebel Alliance in the Galactic Civil War, is known for its X-shape and distinctive engines. They’re features spectrexgaming nailed, showcasing it in one of Starfield’s many engrossing space battles.
The creator has also recreated other Star Wars spacecrafts in Starfield, including the Tantive IV that transported Princess Leia and Hera Syndulla’s Ghost craft. Each is certainly accurate to its original model and doesn’t look one jot out of place in Bethesda’s universe.
Given the amount players can do in Starfield, it’s not a surprise to see so many incredible designs already. We’re sure more and more will follow. For everything else Starfield, check out the related content below.About the authorJoe Craven
Joe is a writer and publisher based in England. He loves history, video games and football. As you read this, he’s probably reading about an obscure war, playing a video game or moaning about Leeds United.
Star Wars timeline: How to watch Star Wars in chronological order
Star Wars timeline keeps expanding – and getting more complicated – with new movies and TV series, as Ahsoka just surprised fans on Disney+ with the shocking ending of episode 4.
But, how is the best way to watch Star Wars in order? And how does Ahsoka fit into the timeline?
The new series starring Rosario Dawson takes place roughly around the same time as The Mandalorian season three, so it’s easy enough to place on the timeline. However, with so much going on, it can be tricky to keep on top of what happened and when.
If Ahsoka has got you in the mood for a rewatch of the entire Star Wars saga, we’re here to help with the ultimate guide to watching in chronological order, including every movie in the Skywalker Saga.
To understand the timeline you need to know these two acronyms: BBY (before the Battle of Yavin) and ABY (after the Battle of Yavin). The Battle of Yavin took place in Star Wars: A New Hope, beginning with an attempt to destroy the Rebel base of Yavin IV, which ended in the explosion of the first Death Star (remember this?).
Dates preceding the battle, BBY, count down to the event (like negative numbers, the closer they get to zero the closer to the event we get), and dates following it, ABY, count away from the event.
Congratulations! Now you’re a little bit more of a Star Wars nerd than you were before. (Note: Contains major spoilers for the Star Wars movies and television shows. Duh.)