Siege Titan Class Listing And Generations Commander Class - A Surprise For Toy Fair?

Amazon has new product entries for Transformers Generations as of Saturday, February 2nd. One of them is the anticipated listing for "Transformers Generations War For Cybertron Titan Class" which we know refers to Omega Supreme. The US Amazon site does not have an active page connected with this item, but it is viewable on both the Canadian and Australian sites. Amazon.ca lists a price of CAD$249.99 - equal to about USD$190. For contrast, when Predaking was initially spotted in Canada, Toys R Us stocked it for $229.99. While Canadian pricing may not always exactly scale to what we see in the US, it seems like there's a good chance we'll be looking at a Titan Class price increase once again.

One other listing went up, which is much less clear: "Transformers Generations War for Cybertron Commander Class". While right now we have nothing to go on for what this is, it seems like a safe bet that we'll know something once Toy Fair rolls around in two weeks. The listed price of CAD$119.99 equals roughly USD$91, indicating something bigger than Leader class. What's maybe more surprising than anything right now is that this has managed to turn up without any other indication of its existence so far. Even the leaked document that tipped us off to Siege Greenlight and the other as-yet-unseen multipacks didn't have any allusions to product in this price range.

If we can manage to make it through the upcoming days without anyone tipping their hand early, we may have a genuine surprise reveal waiting for us in Hasbro's Transformers presentation at Toy Fair this year, an outcome I for one am very excited by. What characters could we see that would call for a size class bigger than Leader, but not up to Titan proportions? Skyfire could potentially fit the bill - though he'd still be sold as Jetfire even if it was a 100% faithful interpretation of the character's G1 cartoon appearance. But a quick glance at the scale chart that's supposedly informing what size the Siege toys are being made at shows that nobody else really gets close to measuring up in overall size - not even the Dinobots - which could pose a problem if the assortment is intended as anything but another Titan-style one-off per year. This could certainly turn out to be an interesting reveal...
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