McFarlane Toys Debuts Upcoming Call Of Duty Figure Line
Say what you will about the Call of Duty franchise, but they were the kings of FPS back in the day. Pair that with Call of Duty: WWII performing exceedingly well after bringing the series “back to its roots,” and it shouldn’t be any surprise that the figure master himself would be interested in partnering up.
Todd McFarlane of McFarlane Toys has just unveiled his upcoming Call of Duty collectible line and they won’t break the bank, but they might break your heart. Longtime veterans of the series are probably with me when I say that Ghost and Soap were two of the deaths in the franchise that hit the hardest, but now at least we can pay proper tribute to such iconic characters in figure form!
In a recent statement McFarlane provided to us:
The cool thing that we’re particularly excited about is how these collectible figures tap into the great characters, who we all know and love from Call of Duty. This franchise has delivered incredible experiences full of iconic and memorable characters, and we’re delighted to bring these characters to life as collectibles to fans.”
The first wave of hyper-realistic Call of Duty collectible figures will include fully articulated, fan favorite characters, including the iconic John “Soap” MacTavish and Simon “Ghost” Riley from the famed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare titles. More iconic characters are expected to release with a new wave at a later date.
The Call of Duty collectible figures will be hitting major retailers in the fall retailing at 19.99 USD. If you happen to be in the area, the New York Toy Fair will be kicking off on February 17th – 20th where he will be hosting a display for the new line.
What do you think about the latest figures from McFarlane Toys? What other familiar faces would you like to see get the collectible treatment? Sound off with your thoughts in the comment section below, and don’t forget to check out DFTG on Twitter for gaming and entertainment news live 24/7!
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