McFarlane Toys Teaming Up With Call of Duty To Create Collectible Figures

by Jay Cochran
February 15, 2018
McFarlane Toys will bring a line of collectible figures based on the blockbuster video game franchise played by millions worldwide, Call of Duty. The first wave of hyper-realistic Call of Duty collectible figures will include fully articulated, fan favorite characters, including the iconic John “Soap” MacTavish and Simon “Ghost” Riley from the famed Call of Duty: Modern Warfare titles, with more characters spanning the franchise to be revealed at a later date. Call of Duty collectible figures will be hitting major retailers in the fall retailing at 19.99 USD.

“The cool thing that we’re particularly excited about is how these collectible figures tap into the great characters, who we all know and love from Call of Duty. This franchise has delivered incredible experiences full of iconic and memorable characters, and we’re delighted to bring these characters to life as collectibles to fans,” said Todd McFarlane Owner and CEO of McFarlane Toys.

Check back this weekend for more coverage of these and more from the New York Toy Fair.

Call Of Duty Simon "Ghost" Riley Figure From McFarlane Toys


Call Of Duty John "Soap" Mactavish Figure From McFarlane Toys
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