First 4 Figures, a manufacturer of high quality statues and figures from various video game series’, has revealed the first figure to be released in its Tekken range: King II, successor to the original King.
The product page describes the statue as being highly-detailed (they’re not wrong, see here for more screenshots), made out of polystone and standing at a whopping 19 inches in height.
Being cast in high quality polystone, every detail on King has been captured perfectly, and is finished with a detailed hand-painted finish. A great deal of extra detail has also been added to King’s character, including whiskers on his mask, and even beads of sweat on his body. At ¼ scale, King stands an imposing 19 inches tall.
Pre-orders are now open, but this particular collectible is definitely only for dedicated Tekken fans – it’ll set you back by an eye-watering $380. An exclusive edition is also available (albeit in very limited quantities) which stands at 22 inches and features a more elaborate, wrestling-themed base for King II to stand on. It costs $440.
The most recent title in the series – Tekken 7 – released in Japanese arcades in March last year. Bandai Namco has said that the game will eventually release on PlayStation 4, but has yet to give a specific release date.