Published on May 16th, 2024 | by Andrew Bistak

Hasbro Launches New Star Wars Lightsaber Forge Kyber Core Range

Hasbro is excited to launch its latest addition to the Star Wars Lightsaber Forge series. The new Star Wars Lightsaber Forge Kyber Core Range introduces an array of character-inspired designs, complete with an extendable light-up blade and authentic sound effects.

Featuring fan-favourite characters such as Darth Vader and Sabine Wren, the range is set to spark the imagination of both kids and adult fans alike. Available at leading retailers including Big W, Kmart, Target, and all major toy stores, these lightsabers promise to bring the magic of Star Wars to life like never before.

“We can’t wait to see the level of creativity that this brings to the younger fans of Star Wars, the ability to build, create and make whilst acting out battles from their favourite scenes”, says Hasbro spokesperson. “Star Wars fandom in children allows for the creative, imaginative and role-play”.

Designed for engaging role-play experiences, each lightsaber in the Star Wars Kyber Core Range boasts a see-through glowing core, inspired by the legendary kyber crystals that power these iconic weapons. With an extendable green blade, cap, cover, and core components, kids can assemble their own personalised lightsabers, unlocking a universe of possibilities for imaginative play.

Furthermore, Hasbro has ensured that the Star Wars Lightsaber Forge Kyber Core Range is fully compatible with the entire Lightsaber Forge line, offering fans the opportunity to mix and match components for a total of 16 unique combinations. Whether used as part of a Star Wars-inspired costume, given as a gift, or proudly displayed in a collector’s lineup, these lightsabers are sure to bring joy to Star Wars fans of all ages.

Star Wars Lightsaber Forge Kyber Core Range – available from Big W, Target, Kmart, and all other leading toy retailers.

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