With flexible joints, buyers can set up different scenes. The figure also includes a separate head, soda can, and three different face plates: a smile, a winky face, and one chewing gum. The Light Gun, a bubble gum bubble, and D.Va’s phone are all optional parts as well.
The figure’s price is set at $70 right now, a typical price point relative to the previous installments. Good Smile Company created four Overwatch action figures prior to D.Va: Reaper, Tracer, Widowmaker, and Genji.
Although you can pre-order now, the figure isn’t set to ship until 2019. Blizzard said it will ship by the end of Q2 2019, meaning it should at least be sent before the end of next June.
D.Va has been at the center of attention in Overwatch over the last few weeks, with Blizzard releasing an animated short and control map focused on Hana Song. The Figma is just the latest way to show the D.Va love.