Threezero unveils two brand new Fallout 4 T-60 Power Armor figures which are available with a flame design, a nuke launcher, and an assault rifle with detachable mods.
Bethesda's massively popular RPG, Fallout 4, is loved for its real-life merchandise as much as it is loved for its gameplay. Fans of the post-apocalyptic title have had plenty of ways to show off their love for the game, including the bottles of Nuka Cola Quantum and the replicas of the Pip-Boy.
However, while both of these are relatively affordable pieces of memorabilia, and at least have practical uses as a beverage and a very large accessory, only serious collectors will want to buy both of these new Fallout 4 figures.
Sold by threezero, the company's latest Fallout 4 figures are based on the game's T-60 Power Armor. The more expensive of the two new T-60 options is $398 and is decorated with flames and comes with a Fat Man nuke launcher (and a Mini Nuke) as well as a rifle. The other is a slightly more affordable $380, though this version drops the flames and the launcher, only keeping the rifle.
The figures, which measure up at 14.5 inches (36.8cm) have 35 points of articulation, according to threezero, with the figures even having movable finger. Moreover, although the T-60 Power Armor figures are based on Fallout 4's female player character model, the armor is detachable and it can be swapped with the armor on threezero's original Power Armor figure (which uses a male character) and vice versa.
The assault rifle has two exchangeable magazines and a removable scope while it also comes with a helmet that lights up with an LED. The inclusion of a helmet should be good news to the Fallout 4 fans who have complained that threezero's female character replica doesn't quite match up to the default character model in the game.
Unfortunately, it's unclear just how many units of each figure will be available. Pre-orders for both of them opened earlier today ahead of their release in early 2016 and neither of them seem to have sold out yet.
That said, if the sales of the Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Edition (which instantly sold out) are anything to go by, then it won't be long until threezero completely runs out of stock. Should threezero run out, gamers may be able to try their luck with the Bethesda Store, which is also selling both of the figures at the same recommended retail price. Worldwide shipping isn't included in the price when the figures are purchased from the Bethesda Store, though, making it slightly pricier.
Fallout 4 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.