Death Stranding Mads Mikkelsen Clifford "Cliff" Unger statue

Death Stranding Cliff 1/2 Scale Statue Will Come With a Hefty Price

Prime 1 Studio opened pre-orders for a premium 1/2 scale statue of Mads Mikkelsen’s Death Stranding character Clifford “Cliff” Unger. It will deliver the finished product between July and October 2022. People residing outside Japan can also order the statue from the studio’s website. However, someone will need to pay at least $2,599 to own one. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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The highly detailed 40 inches-tall statue will be available in two versions. The regular edition, which already includes poseable tendrils with LED illumination, is priced at $2,599. The studio will also produce up to 250 Black Label packages that add swappable silicon and polystone heads for a grand total of $3,599. While the web store supports payments in multiple installments via PayPal, it does not include import tax and shipping surcharges.


Prime 1 Studio previously revealed a similar statue for the Death Stranding protagonist Sam Porter Bridges in October 2019. The first batch started shipping in November 2020. As of this writing, a new pre-order batch for Sam’s statue is available, with arrivals estimated between May and August 2021. Just like Cliff, Sam’s statue also comes in Regular and Black Label editions.

The Death Stranding Clifford “Cliff” Unger 1/2 scale statue will start appearing in July 2022. Other than these premium statues, Sam and Cliff also received Nendoroid and figma adaptations from Good Smile Company. The Death Stranding video game is immediately available on PlayStation 4 and PC.

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