Cal Kestis Is One Of The New Star Wars Jedi: Survivor TVC Figures That Were Unveiled At SDCC

Cal Kestis Is One Of The New Star Wars Jedi: Survivor TVC Figures That Were Unveiled At SDCC
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The eagerly awaited follow-up to Fallen Order, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, will likely recast Cal Kestis as a Jedi Knight. In addition, the game will soon receive its first action figure despite not having a release date and only be seen once in a trailer.

A six-inch Black Series action figure for the XK Security Droid, which will make its appearance in the follow-up game, was just unveiled by Hasbro.

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Cal’s new appearance is so intriguing that it flat-out states that he is now carrying a blaster because he is seen doing it in several pictures. This suggests that there will be some shooting in the sequel, which will probably have something to do with the fact that Cal is still attempting to flee from the Sith and will want to conceal his lightsaber as much as possible.

Additionally, Hasbro revealed a Cal Kestis Vintage Collection figure’s arrival, which provides a clear view of the lead character’s new costume. With a height of 3.75 inches, this figure has an excellent range of articulation, a blue lightsaber, and his sidekick BD-1.

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As you can see, Cal has some facial hair and no longer dons a cape. Beginning on July 23 at 5 p.m. ET, you may preorder Cal from most retailers, including Hasbro Pulse.

Although some have noted that a stud on the top of the blade suggests that something can be connected, this time, the lightsaber appears to be a single blade.

Regarding Cal’s appearance in general, we can see that, contrary to what was implied in the initial trailer, he has something going on with his mustache.

This time, he looks more like a space smuggler, and he has finally grown up and pierced the poncho completely. This time, it’s unclear if we’ll be collecting vests, but it might be a quick improvement.