ThreeA's Atlas and P-Body appear after a year in hiding

Apr 06 // Andres Cerrato    @VistFoundation

Lost Planet figures are there too, guess that's cool.

It's been quite some time since we last heard from ThreeA regarding their work on Portal 2's popular bots, Atlas and P-Body. What we saw nearly a year ago was a couple of prototypes, with very little to go on except for their sculpts. Today, we get to see what a year's work has accomplished at the ThreeA event at Beast Kingdom Toys in Taiwan.

I hope people weren't expecting clean paint, as it's silly to imagine a ThreeA figure without some grime on it. This release of Atlas and P-Body have been through plenty of testing and it shows. What will draw the most attention though are the lenses. I'm glad they went for the full lenses on these guys and combined with the pure size of these figures, I'm hoping that these will light up. Add the portal guns along with LEDs and I think we'll have some winners here.

In another surprise at the event, ThreeA unveiled their partnership with Capcom. ThreeA will be making figures from Lost Planet, which leads to some very nice mecha and figures. No other details about their release was given at the event. Just know it will be out sometime and will cost you a lot. You can check out more from their show in the full gallery below.

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