This fall, Disney and Lucasfilm launched a “Bring Home the Bounty” campaign with two months full of new Star Wars toys, collectibles, games, books, and merch. We’ve sorted through more than 200 new product launches to pluck out the best toys and games that will make perfect gifts for any Star Wars fans. Check out the highlights below!
Who knew the galaxy is full of LEGO bricks? New releases from LEGO include a $139.99 AT-TE Walker set with a blaster cannon, a detachable minifigure cockpit, and two cabins with space for up to seven LEGO minifigures to recreate the Battle of Utapau. Boba Fett’s Throne Room ($99.99) features a palace model that opens up to a throne room, a barbecue area, and a kitchen. The throne has a pop-up function to eject Bib Fortuna and a hidden treasure compartment.
The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter ($59.99) features a minifigure cockpit, passenger space for Grogu, a cargo compartment, a spring-loaded shooter, and it comes with figures of Grogu and a BD Droid. The LEGO Inquisitor Transport Scythe ($99.99) is a buildable toy starship with adjustable wings for flight and landing modes, two spring-loaded shooters, and an access ramp. It comes with LEGO minifigures of Ben Kenobi, the Grand Inquisitor, Reva (Third Sister), and the Fifth Brother with lightsaber weapons.
Fans can also look for a Death Star Trench Run Diorama for $69.99, a Dagobah Jedi Training Diorama for $89.99, the Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Vader set for $49.99, and the massive LEGO Star Wars Ultimate Collector Series The Razor Crest for $599.99.
When it comes to action figures, shopDisney has the 8-piece Star Wars: A New Hope Action Figure Set — Star Wars Toybox for $129.99 and the 20-piece Star Wars Mega Figure Play Set for $49.99. Role-play with The Mandalorian Talking Action Figure for $29.99.
Hasbro is constantly growing its impressive Star Wars action figures collections. New additions to the Vintage Collection include Clone Troopers, Cassian Andor, AT-ST and Chewbacca, an Endor Bunker, Arc Commander Colt (Walmart exclusive), several versions of Boba Fett, and more. New additions to the Black Series include an Obi-Wan Kenobi and Darth Vader set, Vel Sartha, and more. Look for Star Wars: Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary 6-Inch Collectibles in Bib Fortuna, Chewbacca, Emperor Palpatine, Paploo, and more. New additions to Hasbro’s Retro Collection include Obi-Wan Kenobi, Biker Scout, Lando Calrissian (Skiff Guard), Princess Leia (Boushh), Luke Skywalker (Jedi Knight), The Emperor, Imperial Death Trooper, Ahsoka Tano, and more. The Star Wars Mission Fleet Starship Skirmish comes with a 2.5-inch Boba Fett action figure and a Starship vehicle for $44.99.
Grogu lovers can bring home the baby with Hasbro’s Wild Ridin’ Grogu, an interactive figure and hover pram inspired by Disney+’s The Mandalorian. For $55.99, kids can tap Grogu’s head, flip him upside down, lay him on his back, or place him in his hover pram to unlock more than 25 sound and movement combinations. The L0-LA59 Animatronic is another interactive character, this time inspired by Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+. The $89.99 droid features touch sensors that activate more than 45 different light, sound, and movement combinations through three modes of play.
Some of Hasbro’s new electronic masks feature The Mandalorian and Boba Fett, while some of Hasbro’s new helmets feature Darth Vader and a Clone Trooper. There are also some elite lightsabers coming out in the spring, including the Star Wars The Black Series Luke Skywalker Force FX Elite Electronic Lightsaber, available to preorder for $278.99. There are seven different Star Wars Lightsaber Forge toys at a more affordable price, available now for $16.99 each.
There are some cool replica spaceships from Jazwares, including the Target Exclusive — Star Wars Micro Galaxy Squadron Jango Fett’s Starship for $29.99 and the Amazon Exclusive — Star Wars Micro Galaxy Squadron Death Star Trench Run Battle Pack for $49.99. There are also more than 10 other Star Wars Micro Galaxy Squadron ships in stores now.
Some characters get cuddly with new plush toys, including Mattel’s Star Wars LOLA (L0-LA59) Feature Plush ($26.99), Darth Vader Voice Manipulator Plush ($37.99), Star Wars Beskar Armor Grogu Plush ($17.99), Star Wars Galactic Pals Ewok ($29.99), and the interactive Squeeze & Blink Grogu Plush ($37.99). Kids can unbox different characters’s with Monogram’s Star Wars Christmas 3D Foam Character Blind Bags for $6.99 each. Fans can also find the following plush characters at shopdisney.com: the 20-inch Chewbacca Life Day Plush for $26.99, the Jawa with Droid Plush for $22.99, and the Wicket Ewok Holiday Plush for $24.99.
Kids can get active with Accutime’s Star Wars The Mandalorian Activity Watch, a $29.99 smartwatch featuring a selfie cam, a voice recorder, more than six games, a pedometer, an alarm, a stopwatch, and a calculator.
Start planning some game nights with new games from Mattel, Funko Games, Paladone, and Asmodee. Mattel’s Star Wars Pictionary Air ($26.99) is a twist on the classic Pictionary game in which players draw clues for their teammates to guess. Funko Games’ Something Wild! Star Wars Classic Boba Fett Game ($8.99) is a fast-paced card game that incorporates a Funko Pop! Boba Fett figure as kids play character cards in sets and runs to score points.
In the Star Wars: The Clone Wars – A Pandemic System Game ($59.99) from Asmodee, players must stand together as Jedi against the Sith Lord and his Separatist forces. Players can utilize each character’s unique abilities to stop swarms of droids, complete missions, and use the power of the Force to battle villains across four scenarios.
Paladone has two new games for $10:99 each: Star Wars Picture This features cards that give a puzzling, close-up film still of a character or an object from Star Wars for players to guess, while Star Wars Say What You See features Star Wars-themed cards featuring puzzling pictogram for players to solve.
Video gamers can play as more than 400 characters across the Star Wars universe in the LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga: Galactic Edition from EA Games ($79.99). On the video game front, Razer has three limited-edition wireless controllers and quick-charging stands for Xbox available in Boba Fett, Stormtrooper, and The Mandalorian Beskar designs for $179.99 each.
Happy New Year and may the Force be with you!