Japanese toy maker Good Smile Company is adding another Overwatch hero to its Nendoroid line. Confirmed at AnimeExpo in Los Angeles, Calif. on July 3, Overwatch healer Mercy will join the roster.
“Nendoroid Mercy is now on display at the Blizzard booth in the entertainment hall at Anime Expo,” Good Smile tweeted. “Mercy is coming soon!”
Back in February, Good Smile hinted that Mercy would be the next Overwatch hero to get the Nendoroid treatment.
Pricing and availability details aren’t yet available, but should be coming soon. There’s a few things we can guess from previous toys, however. Both Mei and Tracer cost $50—which sounds steep—but come with a variety of interchangeable parts, including different faces, hands, and weapons. Each toy have been fully articulated, which makes creative posing a breeze.
Mercy is likely to stand just about four inches tall, just as Mei and Tracer do.
Nendoroid Tracer and Mei are on sale at the Good Smile Shop and on Blizzard’s website. Neither has actually shipped yet, though Tracer is expected to in August. Those who order the Mei toy should receive it by the end of the year. That means that actually getting your hands on Mercy is a ways off, but it’s still something to look forward to.