Tomorrow Disney’s Hollywood Studios reopens at the Walt Disney World Resort and if you are heading there to visit Galaxy’s Edge and ride the new Rise of the Resistance attraction, there is a change to the virtual queueing procedure. Now you do not have to be there early to get a time to ride!
According to the Far Beyond Infinity Travel Blog, there will be three times you can sign up for the virtual queue:
“For guests with upcoming Disney Park Pass reservations to visit Disney’s Hollywood Studios, we wanted to share an update about Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance, which will once again be using virtual queue in the My Disney Experience app. You will want to note a few changes to the process beginning July 15. Most importantly – as availability allows – guests will have an opportunity at 10am, 1pm and 4pm to request to join the virtual queue. This means there is no need to arrive early to the park to check the virtual queue.”
You will have an opportunity to request a spot in the virtual queue at 10AM, 1PM and 4PM. Since capacity is being limited during the reopening phase, this should give guests a much better chance of getting a turn on arguably, the most popular attraction at Disney.
Make sure you have the My Disney Experience App downloaded on your smartphone before you visit the park. Make sure you have your party linked together and then, when the designated times come, check the app and follow instructions to book your virtual queue spot. I would also recommend making sure your notifications are turned on so you can be alerted when it’s your time slot to get into the actual ride queue.
I highly recommend this attraction. It’s very interactive and fun, although it might have some alterations due to physical distancing guidelines.
Here are some photos for you to enjoy!
Good luck and May the Force be with you!
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Source: Far Beyond Infinity Travel Blog
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