PlayStation Reveals The Shapes Collection Figures With God of War, Horizon, and Ghost of Tsushima

PlayStation has announced a new line of collectible figures called The Shapes Collection which includes franchises such as God of War, Horizon, and Ghost of Tsushima.

Revealed on the PlayStation Blog, the six inch figure collection will premiere with an Aloy figure from Horizon Forbidden West for $49.99. It’s a “deluxe collector grade figure with 42 points of articulation and 12 different accessories including multiple face plates and alternative hands.” The figure will be released in August 2024, with preorders now available.

Coming soon after in The Shapes Collection is Kratos and Atreus from God of War Ragnarok, Varl from Horizon Forbidden West, and Jin Sakai from Ghost of Tsushima. These figures have between 24 and 34 points of articulation depending on the model, and two to four different accessories each. Preorders will open on July 15, 2024 for this second wave, with shipping beginning in September.

“[The figures] are based on the actual digital sculpts used for the game, something you can really see in the final result,” said Horizon developer Guerrilla Games’ lead character artist Arno Schmitz. “We made sure the many articulation points made sense and even the finest textural detail shows up on the figures.”

Creative director at Ghost of Tsushima studio Sucker Punch Jason Connell chimed in too. “Jin’s Ghost armor has so many beautiful details, including intricate fabric patterns and overlapping armor plates that are integral to the design of his character,” he said. “In addition to his katana, it’s also always important to us to see all of his various Ghost tools represented to capture his different fighting techniques.”

PlayStation didn’t reveal if further figures would be released down the road, but as these four just scratch the surface of its wealth of franchises, it’s perhaps likely. Other potential figures could include Ellie from The Last Us, Nathan Drake from Uncharted, Spider-Man from, well, Spider-Man, and more.

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelance reporter. He’ll talk about The Witcher all day.


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