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With uncertainty abound around the world, the status of the Disney Plus Star Wars series may have been further firmed up. A French Disney Plus presentation appears to confirm that next year will see the as yet untitled Cassian Andor series arrive, followed in 2022 by the Obi-Wan Kenobi Disney Plus series.

If that is the case, it would put the seal on what many now believe to be true, that the Rogue One spin-off will be with us before the return of Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan.

GamesRadar looked into the French information.

Now, this is far from officially official – and hasn’t been confirmed elsewhere – but it’s interesting to see both the Rogue One spin-off potentially arriving before Obi-Wan, and 2022 being filled by a trio of Marvel newcomers.

Expect plans to change, however. In terms of productions themselves, the Obi-Wan series has undergone a shake-up, with a recent report outlining that the show has been reduced from six episodes to four. New scripts and story drafts are also allegedly on the way.

There’s also the increased wave of coronavirus delays affecting the industry to consider. Even Cassian Andor’s 2021 release looks slightly optimistic on the face of nothing being filmed as of writing, while the recent Marvel Phase 4 delays hint that large-scale shifts won’t be a move out of the ordinary in Disney’s future.