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Fallout 4 is getting a sweet-looking power armour toy

Bethesda has unveiled some early prototype images for an upcoming Fallout 4 toy.

Toy company ThreeZero is set to manufacture a Fallout 4 power armour product. The figure is still in its prototype stages, but it already looks awesome.

There are no specific details as of yet, although its release will likely coincide with the launch of Fallout 4 this November.

Sitting at a 1/6 scale, this figure will be fully articulated with plastic joints, so you can make it do cool poses and stuff.

The model is based on the power armour seen in all the Fallout games, which will be making a return in Fallout 4.

Without a paint job it Is difficult to determine what in-game faction the figure falls into, our money’s on the Brotherhood of Steel.

ThreeZero are renown for their exemplary sculpting and general high quality, making toys for properties such as Titanfall, Mass Effect, Breaking Bad and more in the past.



Related: Fallout 4 release date, news, rumours and trailers

The much anticipated new entry in the apocalyptic franchise, Fallout 4, was first announced before E3 this year.

E3 2015 saw an abundance of details released for the game, including an extensive gameplay demo and a release date.

Fallout Shelter, a free to play vault management simulator launched for Android and iOS back in June, and has since made over £3 million in revenue for Bethesda.

There are no confirmed release details for the Fallout 4 figurine, or whether ThreeZero plans to manufacture more Fallout related products in the future.

Fallout 4 is set to launch on November 10 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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