Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Edward Kenway Statue On Sale Now!

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Only 1,000 Statues Produced Worldwide

Assassin’s Creed fans can now bring the Golden Age of Piracy home, with McFarlane Toys’ limited-edition resin statue of Edward Kenway, the brash, rebel pirate captain, from one of the top selling video games of the year, Ubisoft®’s Assassin’s Creed® IV Black Flag. This meticulously sculpted statue captures the charismatic yet brutal pirate captain, Edward Kenway, as he appears in key game art. The in-game accurate statue features Edward striding confidently ashore, with sword and pistol in hand, waves lapping at his boots, and a dead rival pirate at his feet.

The Edward Kenway statue stands approximately 14-inches tall on its base, spans more than 14-inches from the tip of his coat tail to the end of his weapon and stands on an 11.5 inch wide circular base that rotates 360-degrees. The statue is highly limited to 1,000 total pieces worldwide.

McFarlane Toys will also offer 50 of the 1,000 statues in the extremely-limited “Unpainted Artist Proof” variant–primed in flat grey and ready for customization or to be displayed as is by collectors in its rawest form.

All statues will be sequentially number and will include a Certificate of Authenticity hand-signed by the internationally acclaimed artist and creator of McFarlane Toys, Todd McFarlane.

The limited edition Edward Kenway Statue and “Unpainted Artist Proof” collectible statues retails for $295 each (free shipping U.S. and Canada only) and is available now on the McFarlane Toys online store (http://www.McfarlaneToysStore.com)

Todd McFarlane, McFarlane Toys creative force and founder, gives fans a look at the upcoming statue, check it out HERE

Stay tuned to McFarlane.com for more info on this statue, along with news on all the awesome products from McFarlane Toys.

In the meantime check the following pics of this amazing statue!

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