McFarlane Toys Shows First Geralt Action Figure From The Witcher III
That didn’t take long. Less than a month after announcing the company had acquired the toy license for The Witcher III: Wild Hunt, McFarlane Toys dropped the first look at Geralt of Rivia in all his post-battle glory. This Geralt action figure is a twelve-incher, with limited articulation and a handful of severed monster heads. He wears his signature Kaer Morhen armor, and has sheaths for his two swords.
As with Cyberpunk 2077, the toy plan also includes more articulated 7-inch scale figures. Moreover, those should arrive in stock next year, while this footlong Geralt action figure arrives in November.
Fans still hope for a Henry Cavill version to show up as well. Initial offerings, however, come from the third video game. Its official description is of “a story-driven, open-world RPG set in a visually stunning dark fantasy universe full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. As one of the few remaining professional monster slayers for hire known as ‘witchers,’ chart your own path to adventure in sprawling, monster-infested lands of the Continent. Discover unexplored landmarks and abandoned ruins, meet vivid characters with their own goals and motivations, and take on multi-layered quests as you strive to find the Child of Prophecy whose power might just be the key to saving the entire realm — or destroying it.”
The twelve-inch Geralt action figure should retail for $39.99. Will you toss your coins in his direction? Let us know in comments below.