McFarlane Toys Unveil Stellar New Destiny 2 Figures (GALLERY)

Destiny 2 Honest Trailer

With an overwhelmingly successful launch, Bungie’s shared-world shooter Destiny 2 is making its mark on 2017. To truly appeal to fans of the franchise, McFarlane Toys will be releasing a set of seven-inch Destiny 2 figures depicting characters from the latest title. Just as the collectibles from the first Destiny, these beauties are incredibly detailed and incredibly affordable.

The Destiny 2 figures were unveiled ahead of this year’s NYCC (New York Comic Con), and scheduled for a Spring 2018 release are Cayde-6, Ikora Rey, and Zavala — three key story character equipped with their very own weapon. The price? A suggested retail listing of $19.99. You can check out a gallery of the new collectibles below:

McFarlane and Bungie have a great partnership to bring Destiny related collectibles to the fans. Along with the Destiny 2 figures, several others from the first game are available. There are even a few exclusive figures that can only be purchased at certain retailers. The high quality detail and more than reasonable pricing make these obtainable by virtually any fan of the franchise.

No mention of the new collection has been made as to whether or not they will be seen at the McFarlane Toys booth at New York Comic-Con, but it’s a safe bet that all of the collectibles from the first game should be there for purchase. The new line is slated to release some time in the Spring of 2018.

Destiny 2 Figures

What are your thoughts on the forth coming Destiny 2 action figures? Which is your favorite of the three? What other characters from Destiny 2 do you hope become immortalized by McFarlane? Let us know in the comments section below. Be sure to follow DFTG on Twitter to stay up to date on the hottest news in gaming and entertainment via our 24/7 live news feed.

Jon McAnally376 Posts

Hailing from the armpit of California, this most radical of nerds loves video games, comics, and collectibles (not dolls). Prepare to feast your eyes on the magical wonder that is his editorials.

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