Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: Traveler's Guide to Batuu is a reference book written by Cole Horton and published by Becker&mayer!. The book was released digitally on June 23, 2020, and the physical hardcover version was released on July 21, 2020.
Publisher's summary[edit | edit source]
Welcome to Batuu, a trading post at the edge of the galaxy where smugglers, bounty hunters, and rogue adventurers swap stories, food, and goods. Like any good tourist, you're going to need a guide book to lead you through your visit. Here is your official guide.
In 2019, Disney opened a new Star Wars addition to their parks: The planet Batuu. Star Wars fans now have access to an authentic, in-world experience unlike anything they have ever seen before! This official guide to Batuu is written completely in-world, as if you are a visitor from another part of the galaxy, looking for recommendations on where to eat, sleep, and what to do during your trip to this planet. The guide also provides itineraries and descriptions of weekend trips "Beyond Batuu"; getaways to nearby planets and environs.
The guide features:
- Full-color illustrations and maps
- Original content from Lucasfilm
- An in-world experience like no other
Whether strolling in The Galaxy's Edge 15-acre park or simply being an armchair traveler, this immersive guide will delight any Star Wars fan.
Continuity[edit | edit source]
- The Inner Rim and Colonies are erroneously swapped on the Galaxy map on pages 8 and 9.
- On page 33, an image of the 614-AvA speeder bike is mistakenly used for the description of the 74-Z speeder bike.
- The word "CONCUSSION" is misspelled as "CUNCUSSION" on page 90.
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Editions[edit | edit source]
- ISBN 9780760366745; June 23, 2020; Becker&mayer!; US hardcover
- ISBN 9780760366745; Voyageur Press; UK hardcover
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