Overwatch developer Blizzard Entertainment has a huge presence at Germany’s gamescom 2018. Announcements are expected to roll out over the next week, but there’s already something new on the show floor: a punching Doomfist statue.
The Doomfist Overwatch statue isn’t available for preorder just yet, but we can expect it to be coming soon. No pricing details—or any details at all, really—are available, but we can make some assumptions based on the other statues in Blizzard’s Overwatch line.
Typically, these guys run for around $175, save the D.Va statue, which is considerably bigger than the standard 13-inch run. Each are hand-painted and sculpted by Blizzard artists, with impeccable detail to the in-game model.
Doomfist’s in his signature punching stance, equipped with his super shiny mechanical fist.
There are seven other Overwatch figures in the line of statues, including Widowmaker, Tracer, D.Va, Genji, Hanzo, and Reaper. (Only six are available for purchase on the Blizzard Gear store at this time, however.) Other Overwatch figures are available, too, like the Nendoroid figures and Funko Pop! toys. Blizzard is expected to release new lines of merchandise in 2019, too: a line of Nerf Rival blasters and a whole bunch of LEGO kits.
Just this morning, the Overwatch Twitter account teased six Overwatch minifigures “coming soon.” The only details so far are the heroes shown on screen during the short teaser—Widowmaker, Reinhardt, Genji, Soldier: 76, Mercy, and McCree. As for the Nerf blasters, Blizzard has shown us weapon replica’s for D.Va and Reaper so far.