Star Wars Rebels: Recon hits the Play Store

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Nothing can stop the Star Wars franchise at this point. From television to apparel to movies and video games, George Lucas’ beloved child can be seen around the world. Star Wars Rebels is an ongoing television series airing on Disney XD. To supplement the television series, Disney has released a mobile game titled Star Wars Rebels: Recon. This action-platformer tasks players with fighting against (suprise!) the Empire.

The game is free-to-play, but there are in-app purchases to fully experience Star Wars Rebels: Recon. Four levels are included at no cost.

For Everyone:
BATTLE against the Empire as Ezra Bridger, the street-smart hero, and dodge TIE fighters
DRIVE an Imperial AT-MP and activate boosts to take down the Empire’s legion
COLLECT Hope and gift to citizens to earn boosts
CUSTOMIZE your secret Rebel Haven with rewards like living units, towers, building mods, and art
DISCOVER secret rooms, Stormtrooper helmets, and play to earn rewards from Chopper

With In-App Purchases:
UNLOCK 30 additional levels, with more Empire enemies, boosts, secret rooms, and rewards to expand your Rebel Haven
BATTLE STAR WARS BOSSES including TIE bombers, AT-DPs, and TIE fighters
WIELD a Lightsaber as Kanan Jarrus, the cowboy Jedi, and battle with your twin-blaster as Sabine Wren, the explosive artist

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