The Adorably Tiny Cavalry is Here – New Nendoroid Overwatch Figure has Arrived
Calling all collectors, fans of Overwatch, the beautiful center of that Venn diagram, or just about anyone that enjoys adorable things: Tracer, here! The lightning fast, abundantly optimistic poster hero for Blizzard’s FPS title will be delivering the payload to fans in a new way this fall. Recently announced by Good Smile Company, the new Nendoroid Overwatch figure is sure to bring delight to the hearts of many.
For the uninitiated, think of a Nendoroid as a fully articulated Funko Pop Vinyl figure. For the new Tracer Nendoroid, it comes with interchangeable legs and hands to offer a variety of poses, along with her pulse bomb so you can make good use of that. In terms of posing the figure, naturally. Of course, it also comes with her trusty pulse pistols and the blue lightning streak that is emitted from her generator. Even the front piece of her hair is articulated so you can pose her like the one she strikes in her Heroic highlight intro. Needless to say, this figure looks adorably amazing! Check out the gallery below:
Tracer also comes with a transparent arm that allows you more freedom over the poses. Seeing as the figure can not balance on its own, this is always a good thing. It is partially hand painted so what you receive may not be exactly as these photos depict. This Nendoroid Overwatch figure of Tracer is currently available for pre-order and will be until the end of March. You can do that here. It’s going to cost you about $39(JPY¥4,537) before tax and shipping, and will be released in August of this year.
What say you, heroes? Are you glad that this adorably tiny cavalry is here? Do you plan on pre-ordering the Nendoroid Overwatch figure? Let us know in the comments section below! Before you go doing that, however, you should definitely check this out. Mads Mikkelsen recently sat down with Hideo Kojima to discuss working with him on Death Stranding. As always, be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter to stay up to date on the latest and greatest in gaming news!
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Eric is an editor and writer for Don't Feed the Gamers. When he is not staring at a computer screen filled with text, he is usually staring at a computer screen filled with controllable animations. Today's youth call this gaming. He also likes to shoot things. With a camera, of course.