$19.99 MSRP, release date sometime in July
via IGN, a few days ahead of Toyfair;
McFarlane will be introducing an initial wave of toys that features the Guardian classes — Titan, Hunter, and Warlock — which will all come in window box collector packaging, featuring a Destiny-branded base. And as part of this partnership, McFarlane will create these figures, as well as more 10-inch figures, and role play items.
"Detail, depth, and customization, that's what Destiny gives its players, and that's what made it the biggest new video game franchise launch," Owner and CEO of McFarlane Toys Todd McFarlane said in a statement accompanying the announcement. "With our upcoming Destiny line, fans can expect that same amount of detail and customization that we have built our own reputation on."
Vault of Glass: Titan comes equipped with iconic Gjallarhorn rocker launcher and Invective shotgun. Fully customizable figure with 14+ points of articulation for dynamic posing. Stylized Destiny display base included.
King's Fall: Warlock comes equipped with Touch of Malice scout rifle and Black Hammer sniper rifle. Fully customizable figure with 14+ points of articulation for dynamic posing. Stylized Destiny display base included.
Destiny's Iron Banner: Hunter comes equipped with Thorn hand cannon and Hung Jury scout rifle. Fully customizable figure with 14+ points of articulation for dynamic posing. Stylized Destiny display base included.
Paint: Original Paint
Format: Action Figure
Scale: Approx. 7 Inches
Packaging: Window Box Collector Packaging
These look to have slightly more articulation than their Titanfall 2 and Gears 4 figures, which have been statues for all intents and purposes, but still less than their old Halo stuff. Still, looking pretty neat- probably the first of many, considering how passionate the Destiny fanbase seems to be.