Beginning next week, Bethesda fans can pre-order a high-quality, one-sixth scale figure of Fallout 4‘s iconic T-45 Power Armor for the price of $380.

Fans of Fallout 4 and action figures are sure to be happy about the quality of these new T-45 Power Armor collectables that are soon to be available from toymaker ThreeZero. The figures will be available to pre-order beginning next week for $380.

Whilst the hefty price tag does include worldwide shipping, it’s sure to put more than just a few fans off buying one of the one-sixth scale figures. People still looking to get their hands on one will be able to purchase the Fallout 4 Power Armor starting on January 28th at 9am Hong Kong Time (that’s Jan. 27, 8pm ET). There are two versions of the figure that will be available: the standard retail version and an exclusive minigun-wielding version from the ThreeZero Store.

Fallout Minigun

The collectible figure contains a range of impressive features that help justify the Power Armor’s hefty price point. These features include:

  • Figure stands 14.5 inches (36.8 cm) tall
  • Fully-posable figure features over 35 points of articulation
  • Incredibly detailed mechanical parts
  • Articulated fingers
  • Exchangeable male head and helmet
  • Helmet features a light-up LED function
  • All outer-armor pieces are detachable and interchangeable with upcoming FO4 Power Armor figures
  • Detailed endoskeleton underneath the outer-armor pieces
  • Incredible paint application to highlight all the details with weathering effect based on the appearance in video game
  • Includes highly detailed weapon AER-9 Laser Rifle

Fallout Armor Removable

The model will be a fine addition to any Fallout fan’s collection and looks to be one of the more high-quality figures available on the market. We’re certainly always in need of good quality Fallout 4 products as, despite Bethesda’s impressive merchandising of the post-apocalyptic title, several gamers have taken to making their own wasteland-themed items. One player successfully 3D printed their own full size Power Armor helmet and another built a real version of the game’s iconic Pipe Bolt Action Pistol. Artist Mark Mosinski even went as far as to create his own version of the Sole Survivor’s robotic butler, Codsworth.

Not only are gamers physically building a range of impressive objects in the real world, an even larger community has taken to modding the game’s files in order to create a range of impressive in-game features. One recent mod lets players create quick monster battles at the push of a button whilst Star Wars fans might be more into the mod that adds Lightsabers to Fallout 4‘s already impressive roster of weapons.

Fallout 4 is now available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

Source: ThreeZero Blog (via Polygon)