In the opening section of Starfield, we're introduced to Vasco, the bulky robot that assists you on your quest to meet up with Constellation. Now, a figurine of the heavy-duty machine will soon be yours to own. But it's going to set you back a bit.

As spotted by GamesRadar, a company called PureArts that specializes in collectibles is launching its own line of Vasco figures. The Starfield companion is available to pre-order now, with a proposed release date of Q3, 2024.

The model itself is fully articulated and is a 1/6th representation of its video game counterpart. However, be prepared to fork over quite a bit as it's priced at $369. That does seem quite steep for a figure of a video game character.

Some more details

Images on the site, as well as the above video, show how much detail has gone into this replica of the Starfield NPC. As well as having 15 points of articulation, this Vasco keepsake has also been licensed by Bethesda, so it's a legit piece of memorabilia.

Some additional info:

  • Polyresin

  • Highly detailed painted sculpt

  • Fully articulated legs, arms, hands, and fingers

  • Scuffed paint and dented panels give a genuine in-game feel

  • Exclusive Item: "The Artifact" on a wood base

Basically, if you've been digging Starfield lately, and you're a fan of collectibles, this could be right up your alley. It is quite pricey, but its level of detail and the fact that it's been officially licensed may explain the cost. To some extent, at least.

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