Gaming Heads' Team Fortress 2 Soldier statue now available

Feb 07 // Brian Szabelski    @brianszabelski

Teeeeeeeeeeeeeen-hut! The latest in Gaming Heads' Team Fortress 2 line, the Soldier, is now available to join your collection. Standing 13" tall and made of polystone, our rocket-spamming friend is posed doing his default taunt with the Rocket Launcher and even happens to have one of those rare Gentle Manne's Service Medals pinned to his chest. Like the Heavy, the exclusive version comes with a swappable weapon, in this case, the Direct Hit. I am a bit sad that the Soldier doesn't have his shovel, but this a very, very fine looking piece, perhaps Gaming Heads' best one to date.

As for actually ordering them, you can pre-order the regular (RED or BLU) for US$219.99 and the exclusive edition (RED or BLU) for US$234.99. The regular edition is limited to 750 pieces and the exclusive edition will only be 300 pieces. I'm still waiting for a few other classes before I jump in on the madness, but I'm sure there's one Tomopop reader out there who's buying one, right? Let us know in the comments if you are planning to!

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