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Explore the galaxy far, far away from Star Wars with this official map

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If you are a big fan of the famous intergalactic saga Star wars, you have surely always dreamed of exploring the galaxy far, far away. Today, you can now travel there thanks to the official map shared by Disney.

Notice to Star Wars fans: Disney revealed in a new book to be released on June 23, titled Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Traveler’s Guide to Batuu, an official card (available here) of the Star Wars galaxy. A map indicating precisely the locations of all the planets of the saga known to date in the heart of the galaxy.

This map focuses particularly on Batuu, a new planet located deep in the Outer Rim and imagined as part of the two new immersive areas of the Disneyland parks in Florida and California: Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge. “As you can see, Batuu is in the western expanses of the Outer Rim, perched on the edge of the known and the unknown. It is precisely this place that has shaped the history of the planet ”, as specified in the legend of the map. We also learn that “Batuu is a crossroads of adventure and a haven for those who prefer life in the shadows”.

However, this map turns out to be incomplete. Indeed, as several fans have reported on Reddit, is missing Exegol, Sith planet revealed in Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker. A breach that First explains by the fact that “Galaxy’s Edge, the expansion created at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort, dedicated to the Star Wars universe, locates its timeline between The Last Jedi and The Rise of Skywalker”.

This map is still a great opportunity to get to know the galaxy better. Star wars as well as to get an idea of ​​the distance traveled by the heroes of the saga.


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