As the staff and crew of “Steven Universe” graced the recent San Diego Comic-Con 2017 panel, fans take their chance to see their favorite animated series in real life. In return, Rebecca Sugar along with the show’s voice actors and actresses gave live performances and little teasers of what is about to come.

Also, the official trailer of “Steven Universe: Save the Light” gameplay is now revealed. It gave fans a glimpse of the new and returning characters that could be used in the game’s battles. It also showed off the “fusion characters” coming.

A new trailer for the action RPG

The new trailer of “Steven Universe: Save the Light” revealed a new gem coming exclusively to the game.

Its name is Squadriot, and it is defending the “Great North in a spherical attack drone,” IGN reported. Peridot is also included in the game as a playable character. It is seen building a toaster turret during one of the turn-based fights.

The fusion characters that will be seen in the battle are Stevonnie (Steven and Connie), Opal (Amethyst and Pearl) and Sardonyx (Garnet and Pearl). However, the Cartoon Network’s action RPG has yet to reveal its main antagonist that these characters are going to face. The game, which is the sequel to “Attack the Light,” is going to be released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this fall.

It is a sequel to 2015's mobile game.

A new vinyl coming

Moreover, Cartoon Network held a special live performance of “Stronger than You” at the Horton Plaza in San Diego last July 23.

It was a “sing-along experience” to celebrate the coming new “Steven Universe Soundtrack: Volume 1” vinyl. Fans that graced the event might be included in the song’s official music video.

On the other hand, the viewers that are interested in securing their copies can preorder the album on iam8bit.

A wish comes true

In other news, Bleeding Cool reported that an 18-year-old Basal Cell Adenocarcinoma patient named Cianna Gomez met the “Steven Universe” cast members at SDCC 2017 as part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

She was accompanied by her family, who were all excited to see her meeting that cast of her favorite show in real life. The Cartoon Network’s staff, on the other hand, gave her a cheeseburger backpack and a drawing book from one of the show’s artists. The happiness in Cianna’s eyes was evidently happy as she made her way to signing line and had her poster marked. She narrated that it was “Steven Universe” she was watching when she was being treated for cancer that gave her hope.