During the time that the Disneyland Resort theme parks have been temporarily closed due to the pandemic, several updates have been made to the Disneyland app. One of those updates is the addition of a Virtual Queues section.
Now, the most recent update to the Virtual Queues section of the Disneyland app shows that Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance — the only attraction that utilized a virtual queue prior to the parks closing temporarily — has been removed.
Below, you can see screenshots of where to find the Virtual Queues tab within the Disneyland app.
This screenshot shows that Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance was listed within the Virtual Queues section prior to the most recent app update.
And after updating the Disneyland app, we found that Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is no longer listed within Virtual Queues.
Although Rise of the Resistance is the only attraction that utilized a virtual queue prior to the Disneyland Resort theme parks temporarily closing in March, many suspect that more attractions will utilize virtual queues in the future, especially after the Disneyland app was updated to include an entire section to Virtual Queues. Perhaps the new attractions at Avengers Campus will implement the virtual queue system after that immersive new land opens at Disney California Adventure.
Also note that this app update might not mean that Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance isn’t utilizing a virtual queue. Prior to the theme parks reopening at Walt Disney World Resort, Disney announced that Rise of the Resistance at Disney’s Hollywood Studios would use a modified virtual queue, and several changes have been made since then.
Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance is the most recent attraction to join the lineup of fan-favorite rides at Disneyland Resort. It opened at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge in January 2020 and welcomed eager Star Wars fans and Guests to one of the most thrilling, immersive, and technologically advanced attractions in theme park history.
At this time, Disneyland and Disney California Adventure remain temporarily closed. The parks closed in mid-March, and only Downtown Disney at Disneyland Resort has reopened. Disney has not yet announced when the phased reopening of Disneyland Resort will continue with the reopening of the theme parks and Disney Resort hotels, but we hope to learn more official information soon.