Star Wars kit for Avatar Marketplace

Costumes, props for 30th anniversary.

LucasArts will flood the Xbox Live Avatar Marketplace with Star Wars costumes and props tomorrow.

Why? Because it's the 30th anniversary Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back [as you rightly pointed out -Ed].

Costumes include a caped Lando, Chewbacca, Boba Fett and C-3PO. Props include a baseball cap with Yoda ears and yes, a Lightsaber.

They'll cost, but we're not sure how much. Keep an eye on the Xbox.com Avatar Marketplace for the influx.

Costumes:

  • Imperial snowtrooper (male and female)
  • Boba Fett (male and female)
  • Lando costume with cape (male)
  • Chewbacca (male and female)
  • Rebel snowspeeder pilot (male and female)
  • Han Solo Hoth outfit (male)
  • Leia Hoth outfit (female)
  • Bossk (male and female)
  • C-3PO (male and female)
  • AT-AT pilot (male and female)

Props:

  • Tauntaun pet
  • Baseball cap with Yoda ears (male and female)
  • Lightsaber

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