Castlevania: Symphony of the Night statue for Death is jaw-dropping

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night statue for Death

First 4 Figures has announced their next premium offering – a Castlevania: Symphony of the Night statue for Death itself.

The new Castlevania: Symphony of the Night statue for Death is now up for pre-order on the official First 4 Figures online store, with a $539 price for the standard version and $554 for the exclusive edition, the latter of which can only be bought through First 4 Figures.

There’s an early bird offer and discount on both versions of the iconic Death statue, cutting the price down a bit. The early bird offer will only be available until March 14th, 2022, and shipments are expected to go out Q1 2023.

Here’s a product blurb on the statue:

First 4 Figures is proud to introduce their latest Castlevania statue collectible, Death! This is the third statue to release in the Castlevania: Symphony of the Night lineup.

The highly detailed Death statue is inspired by the scene in the game where Alucard meets Death for the first time upon entering Dracula’s castle. Death was wielding his scythe over his shoulder as he was pointing at Alucard during their confrontation. And just like in the game, Death is a cloaked floating skeleton with half of his body missing, which is accurately represented in this statue!

The base design is of Dracula’s castle floors where Alucard and Death had their first encounter. And to further enhance its details, weathering effects were added to the base to portray the castle’s very old age!

To bring the iconic scene to life even more, we added spears around the base of the statue, which represents the impaled victims in the background of the scene this statue is inspired from! The spears are also weathered and are made of alloy for a more realistic finish. Moreover, the Exclusive Edition also includes Death’s companion as seen in his official artwork!

Here’s a sizzle reel for the new statue:

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was originally release for the PlayStation back in 1997, and has been ported to several platforms ever since including Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even smartphones. In case you missed it, you can find our thorough review on the game here.

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