You’re in luck, you can watch the sequel to ‘Star War’ without the expensive, high-end replica armor.
A company called Real Steel has created the armor, which costs $1,000 to $1.5 million and can be custom-fitted for any Star Wars character.
It’s essentially a real-life piece of metal and is available for purchase for $5,000.
“This is a piece of real steel that’s been crafted to match the character’s look and feel,” Real Steel founder Matt Skilling told The Verge.
“It’s not like you’re trying to put on a suit and walk around a theater and pretend that it’s real.”
The armor has a “true-to-life look and feels,” Skilling said, adding that it also has a built-in camera, which lets viewers “capture every little detail.”
The company hopes to expand its product to other genres, such as sports, video games, and films.
Real Steel plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund production of the armor in 2019.