Modern Warfare 2- Soap MacTavish Statue

“Modern Warfare 2: The game with more toys than the Action Man brand.”

Today Infinity Ward have released details of a “Soap MacTavish Statue”. Said statue will have movable parts, although it’s glued onto an ice-berg. Here are the details:

“The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Captain Soap MacTavish Statue is 12″ tall if standing upright.  You can change his pose and choose between 3 different sets of weapons.  It’s 1/6 scale of life size and the weapons included are: Dual ice-climbing pickaxes (pictured) Dual .45 caliber pistols M14 Enhanced Battle Rifle (affixes to Soap’s back when not in use).  It’s $79.99 on Amazon for per-order and will be available November 10th.”

$80.00? I’m personally quite a big fan of the game (both story and multiplayer), but I have to say that I won’t be buying this.

I’m not too sure what Activision are up to, maybe seeing how big the name has become, they think that everyone will buy anything “Modern Warfare” related.

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  1. Oh, I think that the “Statue” won’t be part of the Prestige edition, this will be a separate thing altogether.

    The night vision goggles will be in the Prestige edition.

  2. Oh yeah that’s right the “prestige” edition which I will probably buy just because it comes with some goggles (haha?). Anyhow the costing for the statue and the game is on track with other special collectors edition releases of the same nature.

  3. OMG an action figure! No wai!!11oneoneone! Let’s get serious – Activision(if they’re still the publishers of COD, haven’t played it since 2003)are basically showing fans tha finger™ by hypnotizing them with action figures and night vision goggles. But hey – even if the game is crap, you still have a action figure to be laughed at by serious gamers.

  4. It’s still a pretty awesome figurine, but its not worth $80. Still, I’d grab one and wait for the value to make a sharp increase once they stop making them, high-quality figurines are a pretty good investment if you find the right collector.

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