Some new Star Wars Datapad Achievements and Disney pins have arrived! Guests who play games on the popular Play Disney Parks app can now purchase three new pins.
Those who want to experience every immersive detail of Galaxy’s Edge are encouraged to use the Play Disney Parks app. The app offers a few gaming options that are available only inside Galaxy’s Edge. You can utilize the app to interact with droids and scan cargo boxes. There’s also the option to perform jobs for either the First Order or the Resistance when you’re visiting Batuu.
The new pins are available after completing specific tasks to unlock achievements. You‘ll need to ride both Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance since they unlock two achievements. You earn the “Flight of the Falcon” and “Hero of the Resistance” achievements for riding these attractions. Also, you earn the “Black Spire Explorer” achievement simply by entering the land. Once you earn these digital achievements in the Play Disney Parks app, then you can show them to a cast member to purchase these pins.
You can do this at Galaxy’s Edge when you visit Disneyland or Disney’s Hollywood Studios.
Guests at Disney’s Hollywood Studios can purchase the pins at:
- Keystone Clothiers
- Celebrity 5 & 10
Those visiting the west coast can buy them at these Disneyland stores:
- Little Green Men Store Command in Tomorrowland
- Westward Ho Trading Company in Frontierland
Also, it might help save time to download the Play Disney Parks app in advance before your next Disney trip. It’s available in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Have fun if you plan on playing the Play Disney Parks app!
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