Comics publisher Dark Horse, who have published a number of The Witcher graphic novels to date, have announced that they will be releasing a series of collectibles pertaining to The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt this fall.
The announcement came during the annual New York Toy Fair (where NECA may have also let slip the return of Crash Bandicoot), with the company saying the line would encompasses a variety of products including “statues, busts, and action figures; prop and jewelry replicas; and barware, stationery, and other collectibles,” according to a press release.
The first products to hit shelves will be figures for Geralt of Rivia, Yennefer of Vengerberg and Triss Merigold, with releases of Ciri and the Wild Hunt King, Eredin, following afterward.
Dark Horse describes its Witcher line of figures as “high-end” products, with each of the figures being custom-painted and displayed in “deluxe window box packaging.” The figures will not cost an exorbitant amount either, retailing for $29.99 (USD) each.
“I truly hope Witcher fans notice all the love and the excellent craftsmanship put into creating them,” said Rafał Jaki, business development manager for CD Projekt Red.
Dark Horse’s line of The Witcher collectibles will hit shelves in the latter half of this year.