Dark Souls III Nameless King Figure Costs Over $1,000

Dark Souls III Nameless King Figure Costs Over $1,000

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The first First 4 Figures Dark Souls III figure is on the way, and it will be of The Nameless King. It will also cost over $1,000, regardless of which version someone decides to get. Early bird pre-orders are now open. For $1,199.99, people can get a standard version that includes The Nameless King on a stand with an authentication card. The $1,274.99 exclusive edition adds optional lighting to the statue.

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The Nameless King Dark Souls III figure is over 27 inches tall. You aren’t just getting the character with it, though. The base features a fallen Stormdrake beside him. This is designed to reference the boss fight. To help provide a better sense of scale, one image shared shows the resin statue beside five soda aluminum cans.
Dark Souls III Nameless King Figure Costs Over $1,000 Cans for Scale

The difference between the standard and exclusive editions of The Nameless King come down to the Dragonslayer Swordspear. The more expensive exclusive version has one with LED lights for the character to wield. In addition to being able to display it with the glow off, there will be two options for when it is turned on. One is static, while the other is pulsating.
Dragonslayer Swordspear

There is a video showing off the figure from different angles. At the 1:30 mark, it shows how the exclusive edition’s weapon looks when you turn its LED on.

This isn’t the first time First 4 Figures worked on Dark Souls figures. It often makes statues of characters from the series. For example, there is a The Great Grey Wolf, Sif one. Another brought Gravelord Nito to life.

First 4 Figures’ Dark Souls III Nameless King figure will appear in Q2 2023. The early bird pricing will end on May 25, 2022. After that, the standard edition will cost $1,274.99 and the exclusive edition one will be $1,374.99.

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