Bloodborne High-End Collectibles Line Revealed, Now Available For Pre-Order
From Software’s Bloodborne represented an interesting departure from the Dark Souls series, one that, while it did not stray too far from the Dark Souls formula, was a different enough approach that it became the first true ‘souls-like’ game. With its different art style and clever ‘Trick Weapons,’ Bloodborne was ripe for the picking for collectible statues and weapons. Now, an impressive new high-end collectibles line is now available for pre-order.
Announced through Play-Asia, the new Bloodborne collectibles line includes a newly crafted version of the 2015 ‘Hunter’ statue, as well as numerous Trick Weapons from the game. Check out the pictures of the available pieces and their descriptions below:
“Bloodborne Hunter 1/6 scale statue originally released back in 2015 returns with a new look. Based on the DLC “The Old Hunters,” a lot of parts were thoroughly remodeled. A short cape and waist belt are added on to “Hunter Garb,” alongside the transformable trick weapon “Beasthunter Saif” wielded in the right hand and “Piercing Rifle” in the left.
Also included is a newly sculpted motif of “The Hunter’s Nightmare” on the display base. The barely visible face is changed to an elderly look, which creates a totally different atmosphere on this statue. This statue goes beyond a traditional a re-release, it’s a new model!”
Now available for pre-order for $299.99 here.
“Kirkhammer” is a trick weapon with two special features: one is a silver sword perfect for ripping beasts apart, and the other is a giant attacking hammer with massive power. The huge hammer is made of Polystone and weighs in at an impressive 500 grams. The beautifully engraved details on the surface of the weapon are impressive. The sword can actually be inserted into the hammer just like the transformed weapon in the video game. It can also be displayed with the “HUNTER 1/6 scale statue” or on the optional accessory “Collection Board.”
Now available for pre-order for $62.99 here.
“Beast Cutter” is a trick weapon newly added to the downloadable contents of “The Old Hunters.” This valuable set includes 2 different versions: one is the cleaver mode for cutting through the tough beast hides, and the other is the split blade mode. The transformed long reach weapon is 275 mm in length. The savage look of every single blade and the connection are precisely sculpted just like they appear in the video game. It can be displayed with the “HUNTER 1/6 scale statue” or on the optional accessory “Collection Board.”
Now available for pre-order for $55.99 here.
“One of the left-hand weapons that can be acquired at the beginning of the game “Hunter Blunderbuss” and the transformable trick weapon “Saw Cleaver” is bundled.
The beautiful design of the weapons is faithfully recreated with the texture of wood, iron and well-used cloth.
These weapons were originally included in “Hunter Statue,” which was released in 2015, and now are separately available as a weapon set. They can be displayed on the optional accessory, “Collection Board.”
Now available for pre-order for $49.99 here.
The large firearm “Cannon” has been experimentally produced by the Healing Church Workshop before. The extraordinarily huge barrel is interchangeable helping to recreate both the carrying (short) and firing (long) mode. The massively long cannon measures up to 230 mm and is made of a heavy Polystone material, enhancing an already powerful presence. The highly detailed sculpt and paint work on a firearm is definitely a must-see. It can be displayed with the “HUNTER 1/6 scale statue” or on the optional accessory “Collection Board.”
Now available for pre-order for $65.99 here.
The entire line of Bloodborne collectibles is now available for pre-order, with the pre-order period ending on August 19th. The items will begin shipping out on November 30th, 2018.
Bloodborne is now available exclusively for the PlayStation 4.
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