Update to the Play Disney Parks App Previews Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

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Today Disney release an all new update to the Play Disney Parks app that includes a preview of the new land on both coasts!

A look at the Disneyland Map

First up let’s take a look at the intro for Disneyland. From the park map page, you can see this screen called the ‘Star Wars Datapad. This is where you will be able to unlock some special experiences once you visit the land firsthand.

Disney is promising missions of hacking droids, scanning encrypted cargo, dropping in to listen in on transmissions and even helping to prepare the Millennium Falcon for hyperspace!

 

Here is a look at the map that give you an idea of the lay of the land in Disneyland’s version of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge.

 

A look at the Disney World Map

Similarly, you get the same message of missions to come for Galaxy’s Edge in Walt Disney World.

As a reminder, Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge opens May 31 at Disneyland Park and August 29 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Let us know in the comments below if you plan on utilizing this new addition to the app!

For more information on what to expect inside Star Wars: Galaxy Edge read:

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Patty has been visiting the parks annually since her parents first brought her at just a year old. She fulfilled her life long dream of being a Florida local and moved from the wintery Northeast to the sunshine and fun of central Florida.

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Carl Maltzman
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Carl Maltzman

Very nice–except as of the previous update, the app no longer works on my LG G3 which runs Android 5. Android 7 is required for the app. I am very disappointed.

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Sounds right. Even if the phone still works perfectly, the tech is 5 years old now, and in order to get cutting edge app technology you gotta have something that can run it well. I had a Galaxy S5 from that era that I had to give up in November 2018 because I had 4 or 5 apps that were a mess to use. Bite the bullet and upgrade.