Desmond From Assassin’s Creed Finally Gets An Action Figure

The original protagonist of the Assassin’s Creed series finally gets the attention he deserves. A Desmond Miles action figure is coming next year from PureArts. The 1:6 scale premium action figure includes an expected collection of weapons and accessories and an Animus 2.0 Chair with LED lights. PureArts even worked in a secret hidden message that can be revealed with a UV light.

The figure’s clothing is made from soft goods, and his messenger bag and hoodie also have functional zippers. This 11.8″ tall Desmond is priced at $369 and is expected to ship during the 4th quarter of 2023. Unfortunately, desmond is limited to only 1,500 pieces.


Dressed in his final outfit from Assassin’s Creed III, we’ve included premium details such as his backpack, watch and a light-powered Apple of Eden. We’ve also crafted a replica of the Animus 2.0 chair from Assassin’s Creed® II and Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood with LED light detail on the arm scanner and outerline. Use the included UV lamp to reveal the Eagle Vision secret message on the base!

  • Hyper-realistic removable clothing
  • LED lit Animus 2.0 Chair from Assassin’s Creed® II and Assassin’s Creed® Brotherhood
  • LED-lit arm scanner
  • UV Lamp Eagle Vision secret message reveal on base
  • Handgun with suppressor
  • Knife
  • Earpiece
  • Watch
  • LED-lit Apple of Eden
  • Hidden Blade weapon
  • Backpack
  • Base and stand
  • Premium art box

For the first few games published by Ubisoft, Desmond Miles was our point man in the war between the Assassins and Templars. His adventures started with him being imprisoned by Abstergo Industries, where he was forced to dive into his genetic memories via the Animus device. During these forced adventures, Desmond discovers a powerful artifact that the Templars seek, the Apple of Eden.

Even though Desmond is no longer the franchise’s main character, he deserves an action figure, even if it’s in the form of a pricey high-end collectible. So what do you think of Ubisoft’s AC games? Was Desmond killed off too quickly? Let us know below.

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