Mass Effect Andromeda Reveals New Tempest Collectible In Celebration Of N7 Day
November 7th is finally upon us, and Mass Effect fans the world over are celebrating N7 day by playing through their favorite games in the popular BioWare series, whether it be squaring off against the Reapers in the original trilogy, or exploring the unknown in Mass Effect Andromeda. Now, it appears that fans of the latter game have something extra to celebrate, as Dark Horse Direct has announced a brand new Tempest ship collectible that is now available for pre-order.
Now available for pre-order over on the Dark Horse Direct website, the Mass Effect Andromeda Tempest Ship replica is 18″ long and made from polyresin, making it a perfect collectible for those that don’t have a ton of space (get it?) but still want to proudly display their love of the Mass Effect series. “Survey the terrain of your residence or workplace with this fully realized replica set atop your gaming console table, bookshelf, or desk,” the summary reads. “you’ll be the envy of all your gaming companions!”
Here’s the official breakdown of the Tempest ship courtesy of Dark Horse Direct:
“Approximately 18” long and made from polyresin, the Mass Effect: Andromeda Tempest is the latest release in exclusive replicas from the massively popular BioWare game franchise and Dark Horse Direct. Positioned atop an alien planet terrain base, it comes complete with an ND1 Nomad all-terrain vehicle, ready to scout the unknown worlds ahead.”
Priced at $249.99, the Tempest ship replica is a limited edition collectible, and only 500 are being made. The Tempest is expected to ship between June and August of 2019. Those looking to pre-order their own Mass Effect Andromeda Tempest ship collectible can do so right here.
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