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Fallout 4’s $380 Power Armor figure goes up for pre-order next week

Fallout fans who demand nothing but the best from their action figures can pre-order the one-sixth scale Fallout 4 T-45 Power Armor starting next week, according to an announcement from toymaker ThreeZero. The figure, which stands 14.5 inches tall, can be yours for just $380 — and that includes worldwide shipping.

Pre-orders for ThreeZero’s Fallout 4 Power Armor will open Jan. 28 at 9 a.m. Hong Kong Time (that’s Jan. 27, 8 p.m. ET). The figure comes in two versions: the standard retail version and a ThreeZero Store exclusive that includes a minigun for $398.

Here are the details of the T-45 Power Armor collectible, from ThreeZero’s Facebook:

  • Figure stands 14.5 inches (36.8 cm) tall
  • Fully-posable figure features over 35 points of articulation
  • Incredibly detailed mechanical parts
  • Articulated fingers
  • Exchangeable male head and helmet
  • Helmet features a light-up LED function
  • All outer-armor pieces are detachable and interchangeable with upcoming FO4 Power Armor figures
  • Detailed endoskeleton underneath the outer-armor pieces
  • Incredible paint application to highlight all the details with weathering effect based on the appearance in video game
  • Includes highly detailed weapon AER-9 Laser Rifle

Here’s a larger look at the figure and its minigun-packing variant.

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