Fans of The Force have had treat after treat in 2019 in the form of amazing Star Wars attractions and content from the opening of Galaxy’s Edge with all its amazing rides, to Baby Yoda taking over the internet. And the surprises are not slowing down in 2020 but depending on who you talk to, it’s not as sweet. The Smugglers Run ride at Disney's Galaxy's Edge will have FastPasses starting February 19, and Twitter is not happy about it.\nThe ride first debuted in August of last year and has room for six people at a time aboard the ship that takes off on a whirlwind mission.\nWhile the ride still attracts extremely long lines, it is arguably not the star of Galaxy’s Edge.\nRise of the Resistance, which just opened in December, offers a virtual queue option that still fills up after about an hour of the park’s opening.\nIt seems that the introduction of FastPass to the Millennium Falcon ride is Disney’s way of trying to curb similar wait times, but the internet disagrees.\nMany Twitter users were upset about the news, bemoaning potentially longer queues and insisting the rides worked fine without the system.\nOne Twitter user wasted no time finding the perfect reaction GIF to sum up his feelings about the announcement.\nMe when I woke up and found out that Smugglers Run will have fastpasses next month pic.twitter.com/hUPQqHgynb— Deryk from Batuu (@derykTree) January 23, 2020\nAnother Twitter user urged the original poster to "keep their voice down" to try to deter people from actually using the system.\nKeep your voice down— kier (@cvptvinmarvel) January 23, 2020\nThe extensive wait times for Rise have also been a topic of debate on Twitter, with some hardcore fans feeling it was well worth getting up at 6 a.m. for, and others insisting they’d rather skip it entirely.\nSome users really don't believe that FastPass will solve the long wait problems, going as far as to say it was "the biggest mistake ever."\nBIGGEST. MISTAKE. EVER.@WDWGuestService Galaxy's Edge DOES NOT NEED FASTPASS. THE RIDES IS OPERATING FINE WITHOUT IT.— 🌟Jedi Directioner 🌟 (@love1dstarwars) January 23, 2020\nOne user even feared that the new system would only slow down the queue even more.\nfeel like it would only slow the actual queue down 😩— ᴀɴɴᴀ | 25 (@sadbeautifulrey) January 23, 2020\nDisney has also announced they may be ending the virtual line for Rise soon and adding that attraction to FastPass as well, but there have been no official comments on when that may happen.\nDespite Twitter being in an upset over the FastPass news, it’s highly doubtful that this will negatively impact attendance at Galaxy’s Edge.\nJust in case, now might be a good time to check out some of the best ways to avoid crowds and long lines at Disney World in 2020.\nEven The Happiest Place on Earth isn't without its strange occurrences. You can read about some of the weirdest things that have happened at Disney World Orlando here.