* The Remnant Stormtrooper is on the left while the standard Phase IV Imperial Stormtrooper is on the right. The Remnant Stormtrooper is a simple paint variant of the newly designed Stormtrooper so there's not a whole lot new to say other than paint differences, although that makes perfect sense and isn't a knock on the figure.
* To capture the look of the Remnant Stormtroopers Hasbro gave the figure off-white armor, some yellowish-brown paint, and a smattering of gray splatter to look like damage and weathering. It's fairly effective and definitely does the job. The damage isn't as impressive as I had hoped but it still looks good and, at a glance or with just one figure on the shelf, it's convincing.
* The helmet is also quite worn and weathered looking with lots of paint splatter on the front, especially on the brow.
* The new Phase IV Stormtrooper gets rid of the double hinged knees and
elbows but since the range of motion on the new knees and elbows is so
much better you won't miss them. The plastic is sturdy and not at all
rubbery like the earlier troopers. The articulation on the head and neck are incredible as are the
"butterfly" shoulder joints. This guy looks amazing holding his blaster
in multiple different poses! He's really, really fun.
* The Remnant Stormtrooper's toting an E-11. It's version of the E-11 that features the side sensor or target designator on the barrel and a loner charging port. Lots of the Rogue One figures had these accoutrements and this guy does, too, as they seemed to show up in The Mandalorian. It's a solid black blaster, though, with no paint hits. It's a shame we didn't get an SE-14r with him as well, though.
* On the back you've got all of the little extras you would expect: The backpack with the Twinkies and donut and the N-20 Baradium-core thermal detonator.