Earlier reports have leaked Kylo Ren’s (Adam Driver) TIE Spacefighter in the coming “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Now, the former Jedi apprentice’s vehicle is now revealed and called TIE Silencer.

Lucasfilm’s daily program “The Star Wars Show” gave a glimpse of the former Ben Solo’s starfighter. His old craft from the “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is now gone and replaced with a command shuttle similar to Darth Vader’s Sith Starfighter.

A new firefighter similar to Darth Vader’s craft

The TIE Silencer is also called as the Sienar Fleet Systems Jaemus TIE V/N Space Superiority Fighter. This will be Kylo Ren’s new and personal craft in “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

His vehicle is being compared to the Empire’s abiding TIE Interceptor, but the Silencer looks more dangerous.

It is upgraded to be bulkier with more hype laser cannons and a missile launcher to easily bring down the Resistance, Gizmodo reported.

The new command shuttle still has the classic touch of the TIE elements. This can’t just be seen in its Interceptor that was first revealed in the Battle of Endor in “Return of the Jedi,” but also in its huge hull and gigantic wing pieces just like Darth Vader’s TIE Advanced from “A New Hope.”

However, it is not surprising that Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer looks similar to his grandfather’s craft, considering that he wants to follow his footsteps.

A new fighter for the First Order

Moreover, in the command shuttle’s description on the official Star Wars’ website, it revealed that there is “no other First Order craft” like Kylo Ren’s TIE Silencer.

Although it is dubbed to be the coolest craft in the “Star Wars” history today, the First Order also has their new fighting vehicle. Lucasfilm already gave a glimpse of the new Walkers for the military junta before.

The alleged post credit scene

Meanwhile, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” director Rian Johnson addressed the issue that the film will have a post-credit scene.

A fan questioned the filmmaker on Twitter about the swirling rumors. “Can we expect an end credit scene in The Last Jedi??” the fan asked. In which, Johnson just simply replied with “Nah.” “Doesn’t feel like something 'Star Wars' done [sic],” he said. This kind of tactic is most seen in the movies made by Marvel.

So, Lucasfilm has no intention to copy this approach to give a little teaser for its next film.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is about to hit the theaters on Dec. 15.

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