Coruscant has been a key location in the Star Wars narrative throughout the 21st century, serving as an integral set piece in all three movies of the prequel trilogy. And while it's only been seen momentarily since that time in Disney+ shows like Obi-Wan Kenobi and Andor, it's about to make a grand comeback in Star Wars' first live-action Disney+ series of 2023.
The last 2022 trailer for The Mandalorian included footage from the popular capital city of Coruscant, although it's still unclear exactly how the location will play into the story as Mando moves on to his next quest.
Now, thanks to the latest full trailer for Season 3, Coruscant is back in the spotlight with a couple of quick looks at the iconic Star Wars location.
Coruscant Returns to the Spotlight in Mando Trailer
In the brand new trailer for Season 3 of The Mandalorian, Disney showed off footage of Coruscant, bringing the story back to the galaxy's capital city for the first time since 2022's Andor.
Omid Abtahi's Dr. Pershing is seen flying through the air in a vehicle alongside an unspecified droid, looking out at the buildings and the lights in the night sky.
The lights shine brightly through Coruscant as the traffic moves along, highlighting the capital city in its return to the Star Wars narrative.
The full trailer for Season 3 of The Mandalorian can be seen below:
How Will Coruscant Be Utilized in The Mandalorian?
This new trailer only showed off Coruscant for a couple of seconds, taking fans back to the location that has played such a huge part in the Star Wars story. With Dr. Pershing flying through the streets on the way into the deeper parts of the city, fans will be eager to see exactly what the scientist has in store after experimenting on Grogu's blood and working with Giancarlo Esposito's Moff Gideon.
The trailer also highlighted a number of new Jedi warriors that will be highlighted in Season 3 while also teasing the return of battle droids as Star Wars history from multiple generations of movies comes to light in this series.
Now, only a few weeks remain until all of these characters and locales join together for Din Djarin's latest adventure, bringing up more questions and theories about how the galaxy far, far away will expand.
Season 3 of The Mandalorian will debut on Disney+ on Wednesday, March 1.