Horizon, God of War, and Ghost of Tsushima Action Figures Announced
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Horizon, God of War, and Ghost of Tsushima Action Figures Announced

Sony announced that Spinmaster will make action figures of characters from the games Horizon Forbidden West, Ghost of Tsushima, and God of War Ragnarok. The first one will be Aloy, which is expected to ship in August 2024 and costs $49.99 at Amazon.

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The Horizon Forbidden West Aloy figure is six inches tall. She comes with six pairs of hands, with various poses, so she can hold her equipment. She also has five face plates, with different expressions and paint on them. She is fully posable, with joints in areas like her shoulders, elbows, knees, and hips, with 42 articulation points total. She also comes armed with the bow and spear she uses in the game, and you can make it look like she’s aiming one arrow from the quiver that can be displayed on her back. 

Here’s a closer look at the figure and her accessories both inside and outside of the box.

This follows the announcement of a more expensive Horizon Forbidden West Aloy figure. Prime 1 Studio announced a $1,200 one back in May 2024. However, it is a static figure and not articulated.

The next four figures are all due to appear in September 2024. As such, pre-orders aren’t live for them yet. However, Sony did confirm those will start appearing on June 15, 2024. Aloy will be joined by Varl from Horizon Forbidden West. Meanwhile, the God of War figures are of Kratos and Atreus and the Ghost of Tsushima one is of Jin Sakai.

Here’s how the initial photos for those look:

The Horizon Forbidden Aloy figure will arrive in August 2024, followed by a Varl one in September 2024. The God of War Ragnarok Atreus and Kratos and Ghost of Tsushima Jin Sakai figures will launch in September 2024.


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