Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic And The Force Unleashed Are Back As Cool Collectible Toys


Hot Toys has revealed a trio of new Star Wars figures in development, with two of them being fan-favorite video game characters. Darth Revan from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Starkiller from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed look great as sixth-scale figures, while the third reveal is BT-1 from Marvel’s Doctor Aphra comic book series.

First up, the enigmatic Sith lord Darth Revan is scheduled to launch between Q2 and Q3 of 2025 and is priced at $270. Like other Hot Toys figures, it comes with multiple interchangeable hands, plenty of articulation, and a highly detailed costume consisting of fabric materials, leather, and detailed armor pieces. Darth Revan also comes with two USB-powered LED light-up lightsabers–one red and one purple–and the collector’s edition includes a commemorative “Power of The Dark Side” red coin.


Like Darth Revan, the Lord Starkiller figure includes a similar selection of accessories, like extra hands, lightsabers, and a commemorative coin for the collector’s edition. Also priced at $270 and arriving next year, this version of the Force Unleashed character is based on the alternative ending to the game where he replaced Darth Vader as the Emperor’s unwilling apprentice and was forced to wear a suit of armor to survive. There’s no Sam Witwer alternate headsculpt with this collectible, but he does have a neat selection of lightsaber trophies!

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Finally, the BT-1 figure isn’t R2-D2 going through an emo phase, but is a replica of the infamous assassin droid. It doesn’t offer much in terms of articulation, but it does come equipped with a removable flamethrower, missile launcher, and detection hardware. Priced at $220, it’s expected to arrive next year. Strangely, there’s no display base with this figure, but Hot Toys is teasing that you can partner it up with Aphra’s other homicidal droid, 0-0-0. If you ever wondered what C-3PO would be like if it wasn’t the most annoying character in Star Wars was instead an eloquent assassin, this will probably be a collectible to keep an eye out for when it’s formally announced.

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For something from a completely different galaxy, you can also check out the new Armored Batman 2.0 figure recently announced by Hot Toys. This one includes improved articulation, diecast metal parts, and a more accurate Ben Affleck headsculpt.


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