That's right, the last 2 Titanium Series entries (hopefully I can retract that "the last TS" claim soon). They came from HTS.
The Outrider is a mixed bag. Let me start off by saying it's quite big, impressively so for a Titanium. But there's only the top gun, the bottom one is missing, replaced with the stand hole. The top gun rotates and is easily removed, I think if you bought a second you could put it into the stand hole but it might take some trimming. More importantly though, Hasbro chose the 1 Outrider source art that falls short, they went with the Essential Guide art which has a bigger rear half and thin rear cockpit arm. To make matters worse, they added a little more length to the cockpit arms, a little more bulk to the front arm and the rear half, and completely forgot to sculpt an engine opening so they had to paint it over the bumpy shapes. The top half is metal while the bottom is plastic. Paint is pretty detailed, oddly they then added paint weathering but it's brushed perpendicular to the angle of flight so the brushed wear lines don't make any sense. It's nice to see they tried, I don't dislike it, but I wish it was better, I wish it was perfect, it isn't the home run it should have been.
That home run luckily and surprisingly was hit by the Nebulon B though. Proving that this ship could only be done right in metal, the entire ship minus the drop down of the front end and some greebles in the back is metal with a nice selection of little details. There are a couple small blank spots towards the back on top, but largely this thing is covered with shapes and blends nicely into the plastic. It's pretty big and hefty too. Although painted darker than I would expect, it looks good and has a little extra paint details here and there. The only real drawback for my tastes is the short metal cylinder sculpted into the midsection that makes up the stand hole, it's right on the narrow part of the body so it stands out, but where else was it going to go? All in all, this one delivers so much better than most of the Hasbro designs on the Titanium Series concept, so it's nice to go out with one that not only is for the fans of the line but also nails everything it's trying to do.