The Rogue One toy line was officially launched on September 30th, 2016. Hasbro continued the 3 3/4 inch action figure line from the previous The Force Awakens toyline with highly detailed sculpts, limited articulation and fantasy-type accessories. The artwork on the packaging was changed from Kylo Ren in the top right corner to a Death Trooper. The Force Awakens logo on the left hand side was replaced with the Rogue One logo and the color tone of the packaging was changed from a dominant red/black to a dark blue/black.
With Rogue One action figures Hasbro brought technology back to their 3 3/4 inch Star Wars action figure line, a first since 1999's Commtech chips. Instead of having figures talk, it was possible to film Star Wars action figures with a smart phone and spice the video up with Hasbro's Studio FX app (free to download), which let you add special effects. Each Star Wars action figure came with a randomly packaged QR code, which when scanned unlocked a new special effect. Click here to read more...
Just like with previous toy lines, the Rogue One Collection included 3 3/4 inch Star Wars action figures from a variety of different media, including characters from the animated Star Wars Rebels TV show and The Force Awakens. The first wave of figures included seven new Star Wars figures, including Imperial Security Droid K-2SO, Sergeant Jyn Erso (Eadu), Stormtrooper, Imperial Ground Crew, Kanan Jarrus, Sabine Wren and Kylo Ren.
Here is a look at 3 3/4 inch basic assortment from the Rogue One toy line.
Here is a look at the versus "VS." multipacks from the Rogue One Collection.
Here is a list of Star Wars action figures which were packed-in with vehicles in the Class I assortment in the Rogue One Collection.
Here is a list of Star Wars Rogue One: A Star Wars Story action figures which were packed-in with vehicles in the Class I Deluxe assortment.
Here is a look at Star Wars action figures which were packed-in with vehicles in the Rogue One Class II assortment.
Here is a list of Star Wars Rogue One: A Star Wars Story action figures which were packed-in with vehicles in the Class II Deluxe assortment.
Here is a look at Star Wars action figures which were packed-in with vehicles in the Rogue One Class III assortment.
Here is a list of Star Wars action figures from the Rogue One Collection which were sold in non-traditional assortments.
Out of 81 figures released 27 were exclusives, which shows a focus of 33.33% on exclusives and 66.67% on regularly available figures. Retail stores which sold exclusive Star Wars figures included Entertainment Earth, Kohl's, Target, Toys'R'Us and Walmart. One or more figures were also sold at a variety of stores outside of the United States.
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 $1123.51. This averages out to $13.87 per figure.
|1||The Phantom Menace||1.23%|
|1||Attack Of The Clones||1.23%|
|1||Revenge Of The Sith||1.23%|
|1||A New Hope||1.23%|
|1||Empire Strikes Back||1.23%|
|1||Return Of The Jedi||1.23%|
|18||The Force Awakens||22.22%|
|44||Rogue One: A Star Wars Story||54.32%|
|13||Star Wars: Rebels||16.05%|
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