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Destiny: Action Figure Comes With Hawkmoon

Toy manufacturer 3A is known for making incredibly detailed figures, and now the company has partnered with Bungie and Activision to translate the world of Destiny into action figure form.

First up from the company is a 1/6th scale Titan figure. It stands 12.6 inches tall, features more than 24 points articulation, includes interchangeable hands and sports a tailored cloth undersuit and Titan mark. The Titan’s red armor features some impressive battle damage as well, giving the figure the look of a Titan who has seen the worst the Darkness can come up with.

But this wouldn’t be Destiny without some exotic weaponry, and that’s why this Titan figure comes packing some heat…and a major price tag. It also comes in two versions. The standard retail version comes with three weapons: the Shadow Prince auto-rifle, the Felwinter’s Lie shotgun and the Zombie’s Apocalypse heavy machine gun. The Bambaland exclusive version of the figure, available now for pre-order, will come sporting an additional firearm in the form of the exotic hand cannon Hawkmoon.

This Titan figure is sporting more weaponry than the characters of many actual Destiny players. That’s also probably why it costs $190. But it’s so worth it. Too bad you can’t pay in strange coins. Pre-orders for the Bambaland variant begin on July 23, with pre-orders for the standard version starting July 31. These are certain to go fast, so be sure to have your finger on the trigger if you want one. Or mouse, as it were. You can check out some detailed images of the figure below.