It’s been a big week for Geralt of Rivia. First, Poland announced that the Witcher hero would be featured on an official postage stamp in the country. Now, he’s getting his own statue with a premium price tag.
From Prime 1 Studio, this premium statue stands 26″ tall and is priced at an eye-watering $770. Only one thousand are being made, while a second version, featuring a switchable head–one with a shaved face, one regular–will be limited to 500 units. This version also costs $770. The statue is completely epic, showcasing Geralt standing on the head of an enemy creature that got in his way.
As you can see, the statue looks like a wonderful recreation of the video game hero. That’s due in part to its use of “high-quality translucent resin” that creates the look of “lifelike” skin.
Here are the key takeaways:
- Dimensions: 26″ (H)66.2cm (W)40.9cm (D)36.1cm
- Accurate details
- High-quality translucent resin for a lifelike skin effect
- Retail price: $769 USD (both versions)
One thing to note is that this is only a prototype design for now, so the look and other details could change. Also, this is just the first in a new line of “premium collectibles” based on The Witcher from Prime 1. Starting with Geralt makes a lot of sense, but maybe Ciri is next?
You can preorder the Geralt statue here–it is expected to arrive in the July-September 2017 window.
In other news about The Witcher series, The Witcher 3: Game of the Year Edition, featuring the base game and expansions Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine is out now.