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V-wing

This prequel-era atmospheric and space fighter can hold its own against all comers thanks to lightning-fast maneuverability.

Speeding Through the Clouds and Stars

The Republic's Speedy Starfighter

Built for Battle

Speed boosts, rapid-fire blasters, and heat sinks combine to make the V-wing an unparalleled ship-killer.

Han Solo's Millennium Falcon

Pilot the legendary Millennium Falcon. Her speed is only matched by her punch, overcharged weapons systems, and concussion missiles.

Boba Fett's Slave I

Boba Fett's Slave 1 iconic ship mounts powerful blasters and disrupts enemies with explosive Seismic Charges.

Darth Maul's Scimitar

Few craft inspire the terror like Darth Maul's Scimitar. Its cloaking drive allows him to vanish from sight and launch surprise attacks.

Poe Dameron's Black One

From the pilot's seat of his custom X-wing, Black One, Poe Dameron leads his squadmates and helps them get a jump on the opposition.

T-65B X-Wing

The iconic T-65B X-wing can do it all: engage interceptors, take down TIE fighters, interdict bombers, and assault capital ships.

RZ-1 A-wing

Quick and deadly A-wings are peerless escorts and hunters, getting in, firing, and speeding away, leaving only enemy wreckage behind.

BTL-A4 Y-wing

Slow but heavily armed, Rebel Y-wings utilize torpedoes, blasters, and an ion-cannon turret to attack from every direction.

TIE/ln

Imperial Symbol across the galaxy, The TIE fighter is a fast, deadly, and omnipresent reminder of the Empire’s might.

TIE Interceptor

Quick and heavily armed, the TIE Interceptor closes with an enemy in the blink of an eye to take down bombers, and tie up enemy fighters.

TIE Bomber

The TIE Bomber’s heavy ordinance bays carry enough explosive firepower to cripple capital ships and any fighters that get in the way.

AAT

A prequel-era heavy combat unit, the AAT-1 is a powerful weapons ready to wreak havoc on anyone foolish enough to stand in its way.

AT-RT

The lightly armored AT-RT is a perfect hit-and-run vehicle; very maneuverable, it can whip through city streets or heavy cover with ease.

Vulture Droid

Skilled at both dogfighting and ground attacks, the adaptable Vulture Droid is a capable combatant in almost any situation.

N-1 Starfighter

Armed with blasters and torpedoes the Naboo N-1 Starfighter can punch hard at ground targets and atmospheric craft.

MTT

The MTT is at the heart of the Separatist forces. Armored, shielded, and heavily armed, only a coordinated attack can bring it down.

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