Up Close and Personal with the Titanfall Collector’s Edition Statue


At $250, the Titanfall Collector’s Edition is mighty expensive, but if you have the extra cash and a love for collectible statues it looks like you’ll totally get your money’s worth. The included art book and poster are mere trinkets, dwarfed by the gargantuan Atlas titan statue that gives this limited edition its hefty price tag. It measures 18″ tall (pushing 20″ counting the soldier climbing up its back) and features a full diorama replicating the dynamic, always-moving action of the game, including battery powered LED ID lights!

Respawn Entertainment’s Lead Artist, Joel Emslie, talks more about the design and inspiration behind the statue in the reveal video embedded just underneath this text. Just be warned that you might not be able to resist the urge to pre-order the Titanfall Collector’s Edition once it’s over.

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