A new character will supposedly be revealed on the first day, September 1st. For a limited time, Star Wars fanatics are going to be able to go out and collect famous (or infamous) characters from the Star Wars universe by taking pictures with them in augmented reality, and sharing the pictures with their friends.
Fans will find special "Find the Force" logos scattered around.
Between September 1 and 3, a total of 15 characters from The Last Jedi will be discoverable through Find the Force, but fans are already finding several of them, including those adorable new Porgs that Luke has been hanging out with on Ahch-To.
Two years ago, Star Wars launched Force Friday, a massive retail blitz that unveiled a huge line of The Force Awakens products and merchandise.
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The bird-like Porgs are among the augmented-reality creatures you can unlock.
By sharing photos or videos featuring the in-store AR characters on Twitter or Instagram using #FindtheForce and #Sweepstakes throughout Force Friday II weekend, fans in select global markets can participate in a sweepstakes for the chance to win the ultimate fan experience: tickets to the Star Wars: The Last Jedi premiere in December. We're already seeing Last Jedi books, posters and more.
Collecting the characters will also unlock digital goodies, including video clips and character-based Emoji.
Here's how it works: First, download or update the Star Wars App, which is your one-stop-shop for all things Star Wars. Force Friday, will mark the start of a three-day Star Wars treasure hunt at stores worldwide.
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