This Gorgeous Overwatch Mercy Statue Will Set You Back $175

This Gorgeous Overwatch Mercy Statue Will Set You Back $175

Wallets sometime die.

Blizzard continues to kill it with its premium statue toy line. The next Overwatch hero to get an expensive figure is Mercy, and she's very stunning and very expensive.

Preorders for the new Mercy statue are now open. For $175 you too can proudly display this Mercy statue on your shelf when it ships in the fourth quarter of 2018. The statue is 14-inches tall and features Mercy in her standard outfit, complete with her healing staff and valkyrie wings.

The Mercy figure was sculpted by Dominic Qwek and Taso Gionis and joins the Overwatch statue line that includes Genji, Tracer, Widowmaker, and Reaper (each about $150), and a truly amazing (and expensive) D.Va statue that retails for $450. These are separate figures from the other Overwatch toy merchandises like the figma and Nendoroids.

Speaking of which, there is a Mercy Nendoroid for $50 if you can't commit to the $175 statue. Nendoroid is a popular line of Japanese figures that features popular characters in a stylized, chibi style. They're popular among collectors for their price and the wide array of accessories that come with each "Nendo" as they are called.

I'm always tempted when I see a new Overwatch figure go up for sale. Currently I have my eyes set on the D.Va nendoroid, but so help me if Blizzard ever announces a Sombra figma. Which Overwatch character would you like to see in toy form?

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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