The SOLO: A Star Wars Story toy line was officially released on April 13, 2018. The line was a continuation of the Last Jedi toy line and featured an updated version of the Force Link technology. Just like before, the toy line featured characters from a variety of Star Wars media, not just the SOLO movie. The SOLO: A Star Wars Story toy line included basic 3.75" figures, a $14.99 2-pack assortment, a $19.99 assortment with creatures and vehicles and an assortment at $29.99 which included only vehicles. The flagship toy for the SOLO: A Star Wars Story line was the $99.99 Millennium Falcon vehicle. When the SOLO: A Star Wars Story toy line launched there were no vehicles offered in the $39.99 and $49.99 price range. This was quite the departure from past years where Hasbro released bigger vehicles such as Resistance Ski Speeders, Tie Fighters, X-Wing or Tie Silencer vehicles.
Here is a look at the Force Link 2.0 SOLO: A Star Wars Story basic 3.75" assortment. The MSRP for each figure was $7.99
Here is a look at Star Wars figures which were released in Hasbro's Force Link 2.0 Solo: A Star Wars Story toy line. The MSRP for each 2-pack was $14.99.
Here is a look at the Force Link 2.0 $19.99 vehicle/creature assortment from Hasbro for Solo: A Star Wars Story
For the release of Solo: A Star Wars Story toys Hasbro released one Force Link 2.0 Starter Set for $29.99 which included a Han Solo action figure.
Here is a look at the Force Link 2.0 $29.99 and $39.99 vehicle assortment from Hasbro for Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Here are figures which were released by Hasbro together with playsets.
Hasbro's Flagship vehicle for the Force Link 2.0 SOLO: A Star Wars Story toy line was the Kessel Run Millennium Falcon which included a Han Solo action figure. The set cost $99.99 at retail.
Here is a look at Force Link 2.0 Star Wars 3.75" action figures by Hasbro which were released in multipacks.
Out of 63 figures released 14 were exclusives, which shows a focus of 22.22% on exclusives and 77.78% on regularly available figures. Retail stores which sold exclusive Star Wars figures included Ross, Target, Toys'R'Us International and Walmart.
If you have purchased one of each figure pictured here on this page when it was released at regular MSRP in the United States, or one of each multipack / convention exclusive, you've spent a total of $776.57. This averages out to $12.33 per figure.
|3||The Phantom Menace||4.76%|
|3||A New Hope||4.76%|
|2||Empire Strikes Back||3.17%|
|2||Return Of The Jedi||3.17%|
|2||The Force Awakens||3.17%|
|15||The Last Jedi||23.81%|
|35||Solo: A Star Wars Story||55.56%|
|1||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||1.59%|
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