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Fett-like Babe in "Star Wars: The Old Republic"

Updated April 5, 2015 10:43 am • Published
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In a splashy trailer for video game "Star Wars: The Old Republic" released at E3 today -- which apparently includes no gameplay graphics -- a Fett-like babe is introduced. She dons a helmet, flies a jetpack, uses a flamethrower, and works for the bad guys.

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For more information about the game, see the official web site.

Related coverage on the Fett comparison: IGN, Kotaku Australia

Updated: in the press release, the Fett-like character is an example of the Bounty Hunter class of character available in the game. Included in the press kit was this concept art:


Also a male equivalent:


6 thoughts on “Fett-like Babe in "Star Wars: The Old Republic"

  1. just the Bounty Hunter class for the game, part of the Sith Empire faction

  2. net says:

    it's Boba's great ,great grandmommy...☺

  3. BFFC Cujo says:

    in regards to the AWESOME trailer...
    firstly- i think we all wish boba was a really hot redhead at this point.
    secondly- be reminded how cool star wars when some not named lucas is at the helm.

  4. Sharra Fett says:

    Awesome!! That lady makes a convincing Fett-like character!

  5. DarthTaiter79 says:

    Very interesting! I haven't seen this trailer before, definitely Fett-like.

  6. Best SWTOR Leveling Guide says:

    I pay a visit every day a few web sites and blogs to read articles or reviews, except this website provides quality based articles.

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