During its Investor Day 2019 webcast, The Walt Disney Company finally unveiled the first look at its upcoming streaming service, Disney+. As part of the presentation, the company revealed some highly-anticipated original programs–including Marvel’s Falcon and Winter Soldier standalone series–as well as a look at how the app housing the service will look on multiple devices.
One of the most interesting bits of information direct to consumer and international chairman Kevin Mayer shared, though, was that users will be able to download originals, movies, shorts, and TV shows to watch offline. According to Mayer, the downloaded copies of the programming will be available to users as long as they remain subscribed to the service.
The Disney+ service will be launching later this year with a wealth of original programming. Among the shows already revealed are a reported Hawkeye standalone series set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Star Wars series The Mandalorian, and a Monsters Inc. spin-off show.
At this time, a subscription price and specific release date have not been announced. For more information, check out GameSpot’s coverage of Disney+, including information about other Star Wars and Marvel series expected to debut on the service.