It is also the Droid Depot, which allows fans to build their own droid toys from various interchangeable parts. Items such as the domes of the R2 unit and the personality chips are exhausted. Unlike the Savi workshop, the Droid Depot does not require reservations, which may be one of the reasons why this attraction is affected by high demand and low supply.
This shortage extends to several other items sold on Galaxy's Edge, from board games to plush toys and replicas of Han's golden dice.
Galaxy's Edge, the latest addition to Disneyland, opened recently on June 24, after a smooth opening period from May 31 to June 23, where only guests with reservations could attend the park. This widespread shortage of goods may be bad news for attendees, but at least it shows strong demand for the new park.
We hope that this shortage of products does not affect the Disney World version of the park, which is currently scheduled to open in Orlando, FL on August 29.
For more information about Galaxy's Edge, make sure you see our biggest look so far from Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, which details the rides of Millennium Falcon and Rise of the Resistance, Savi's workshop, where you can create a lightsaber, the Droid Depot where you can create your own BB or R2 unit, and much more. Then see how much the tickets for admission to the park will cost, and some of the food and beverage options available at Galaxy's Edge, plus get an early view of the Disney Hotel's Star Wars in Orlando.
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