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Limited Edition Hunter from Bloodborne Figma Figurine up for Pre-Order

Oh, Good Hunter...

Article by Jamie Wallace, .

Even though Bloodborne was released all the way back in March 2015, there's still some brand new stuff being released that bears its name. Specifically, this limited edition Figma figurine, which is set for a release in May 2018. Pre-orders are live now but set to close on October 17th.

Figma is a series of action figures modelled after various characters from video games, movies, anime, TV shows and more. The basic goal is to make incredibly detailed figurines that can also be articulated in as many ways as possible. Where applicable, the figures will also come with a slew of accessories and replacement parts.

The way Figma figures work is that the company will announce a new and upcoming model, let pre-orders go live, close said pre-orders, manufacture enough units to cover the pre-orders, then call it a day. The figures, as a result, are pre-order only and thus, limited edition.

This latest creation depicts the Male 'Hunter' character from Bloodborne (as shown on the game's box art) with a blunderbuss and saw-blade to complete the look. The saw-blade, by the way, does, in fact, extend, too. Neat.

Pre-orders are live now and set to close on October 17, so you have until then to decide whether you want one of these before they're gone for good. The standard version will set you back £52.88 / $69.99 while the Exclusive edition costs £86.88 / $114.99. It's worth noting here that the only difference between the standard and Exclusive editions is the inclusion of the extra Messengers figurine.

The figure is due out at the end of May 2018 (after manufacturing completes) and delivery to the US can be as little as $12.99, if you fancy one of these Hunters stood atop your desk, mantlepiece, bedside table or wherever else you feel needs protecting

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