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Star Wars: Check Out These Adorable KOTOR Funko Pops

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Aug 25, 2020
While Funko is certainly no stranger to the Star Wars franchise at this point, the collectibles giant's latest wave of Funko Pop! figurines should be of particular interest to Star Wars gamers. Funko has revealed a new wave based on iconic games like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Star Wars: The Force Unleashed. As revealed on Funko's official Twitter account, the new "Star Wars Games" series will feature four new figure designs - the Shadow Trooper from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed, a hooded Yoda from Star Wars: Battlefront and Darth Revan and Darth Malak from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. EY9e7_DWAAMjCf3 All four figures are exclusive to Gamestop. They're currently scheduled for a July 20, 2020 release and are priced at $11.99 each. These video game-inspired character choices are interesting given how rarely Lucasfilm tends to greenlight toys based on the pre-Disney Legends universe. The hope is that this may be the first of several waves of Star Wars Games figures, with other KOTOR stars like Bastila Shan and HK-47 or other video game faves like Dark Forces' Kyle Katarn and Shadows of the Empire's Dash Rendar eventually getting the Pop treatment.
On the other hand, there's increasing evidence that the events of Knights of the Old Republic may still hold sway in Disney's revamped Star Wars timeline. Revan himself was quietly canonized in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, and rumors suggest EA is developing a KOTOR remake designed to better fit the new timeline.

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