Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition is a canon reference book written by Adam Bray, Cole Horton, Patricia Barr, Daniel Wallace, Ryder Windham and Matt Jones, with a foreword by Anthony Daniels. The book is an updated edition of the 2015 book Ultimate Star Wars, and was published on October 4, 2019 by DK Publishing.
On May 4, 2019, the title was revealed to be part of the Journey to Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker publishing program. It includes a sneak peek at material from Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker.
The definitive guide to the Star Wars universe.
This fully updated, comprehensive, and detailed encyclopedia explores the characters, creatures, locations, vehicles, and technology found throughout the entire Star Wars galaxy. Ultimate Star Wars New Edition is an in-depth visual guide packed full of exhaustive information about Star Wars, including The Last Jedi, Solo: A Star Wars Story, and Star Wars: Resistance. All the characters are covered, from Darth Vader to Yoda, along with all the popular vehicles, such as the Millennium Falcon, and all the important events that provide the foundations for the exciting Star Wars story. Ultimate Star Wars New Edition is the ideal go-to resource for fans who wish to brush up on their Star Wars knowledge, and for a new generation of fans eager to start their journey into a galaxy far, far away....
- Quay Tolsite's homeworld is stated as Kessel. However, Solo: A Star Wars Story The Official Guide previously listed it as Oba Diah.
- The 2017 reference book Star Wars: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know, Updated and Expanded re-restablished Sabine Wren's homeworld as Krownest. However, Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition still lists it as Mandalore, as in the original 2015 edition of Ultimate Star Wars.
- Project Harvester is misspelled as "Project Harvestor."
- Prior to Star Wars: Episode IX The Rise of Skywalker's release, Ultimate Star Wars, New Edition had stated that D-O was created by Babu Frik; however, Episode IX itself later confirmed this as false.
- The entry on Zare Leonis lists correctly his homeworld as Uquine, but also states that he came originally from a Core World. In Servants of the Empire: Rebel in the Ranks, however, Leonis himself states that Uquine is part of the Colonies.
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