New Mass Effect Cerberus Normandy SR-2 Replica Revealed For N7 Day (VIDEO)
Another year brings another N7 Day, Bioware’s now official ‘holiday’ celebrating all things Mass Effect. This year’s festivities have been a bit more muted than usual, with the developer opening up the floor to its fans by asking what they want to see from the possible future of the franchise. There are of course more tangible goodies to be had, as Bioware and Dark Horse have teamed up tor a stellar replica of the Cerberus Normandy SR-2 from Mass Effect 2. The team released a 360 view video of the Mass Effect 2 vessel which can be seen below:
Pre-orders are now available for a replica of the Cerberus Normandy SR-2 ship from Mass Effect 2. Coming in at $249.99, the purchase includes the replica itself along with a snowy terrain base, a clear acrylic post, and a certificate of authenticity. “Dark Horse Direct and BioWare are back to celebrate N7 Day with the release of our brand-new Cerberus Normandy SR-2 replica from Mass Effect,” the product site reads. “We’ve spent the last year perfecting Commander Shepard’s personal ship, the first to survive a journey through the Omega 4 Relay to fight the Collectors. This unrivaled vessel is 18 inches long, 9 inches wide, and 7 inches tall. Crafted by Gentle Giant Studios, this extraordinary replica is a great addition to your gaming showcase.”
Here’s a breakdown of the details and dimensions:
- Edition Size: 1,000
- Expected to Ship: June—August 2020
- Materials: Polyresin
- Sculptor/Painter: Gentle Giant Studios
- Product Packaging Size: Approx. 14-inch height (355.60mm) x 23-inch width (584.20mm) x 10-inch length (254.00mm)*
- Product + Packaging Dimensional Weight: Approx. 24 lbs. (for shipping purposes)
Those looking to pre-order the Mass Effect Cerberus Normandy SR-2 18-inch Replica can do so right here.
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