A new official map of the Star Wars galaxy was created (and shared on twitter) by Pablo Hidalgo and the Star Wars story group team, updated to include new planets explored in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The film, debuting on December 18, introduces new locations, not the least of which is Jakku, the desert planet seen in each of the full trailers.
While the map will be seen in the upcoming book Star Wars: The Force Awakens: The Visual Dictionary from DK Books, also arriving on December 18, 2015, it made its print debut in this week's special issue of Empire Magazine, dedicated to the upcoming release. The magazine shipped several covers dedicated to the heroes and villains of the movie.
The new map has some notable features to it, especially the additional planets that we should be seeing in the movie and in upcoming short stories, novels, and comic books. In addition to Jakku, we can see Takodana, D'Qar and Hosnian Prime. The map also shows the origin point to the Starkiller Base, the mobile, planet-sized headquarters of the First Order in the film, out in the unknown regions of the galaxy. That seemingly eliminates any rumor or possibility that Hoth was converted into the base, as that particular ice planet is still listed on the map, from a different section of the Galaxy.
Check out the map in full below, or in print first in the Empire Star Wars special, and next in the new Visual Dictionary.