Hasbro announces latest Star Wars products

Published on: 30th September 2019

A number of new products will hit the shelves of selected major retailers from 4th October, AKA Triple Force Friday.

The new collection will include the Ultimate D-O Interactive Droid, a Scream Saber Electronic Lightsaber, and a series of collectible figures.

The new product range has been live-streamed on the official Star Wars YouTube channel with host Warwick Davis, live from Pinewood Studios. The livestream featured a number of talent unboxings of the products, from the likes of Daisy Ridley and John Boyega, bringing together fans of the franchise from across the globe. Readers can watch this below.

Cobbled from odds and ends in the workshop of a droidsmith, D-O is an impressionable little roller that becomes fixated upon BB-8. Hasbro’s Ultimate D-O Interactive Droid has a self-balancing wheel, multiple modes of play, moving head and antennas, and features light-up LED eyes, sound effects, and premium deco inspired by Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

Featuring electronic sound effects inspired by the Star Wars movies, the Star Wars Scream Saber Electronic Lightsaber has three audio options. Kids can record combat noises, activate unexpected Star Wars sounds, and role-play intergalactic battles. The Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Supreme Leader Kylo Ren Force Rage Mask makes an ideal gift for young Star Wars fans. Pushing a button triggers sound-activated light effects; when kids speak or shout into the mask, the light effects glow brightly.

Star Wars fans new and old can discover the exciting action from the Star Wars saga with figures, Lightsabers, and more from Star Wars Galaxy Of Adventures figure assortment. These 5″ scale figures feature multiple points of articulation and include detail and fun action moves inspired by Star Wars movies and entertainment. Kids can recreate adventures with fan favourites like  Rey, Chewbacca,Supreme Leader, Kylo Ren, Finn and more.


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