The pilot of the Divine Beast, Vah Rudania, is the latest Hyrule Champion to join the First4Figures line of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild statues. Daruk the Goron is here. He’s happy. He’s husky. His backside is a little exposed.
Don’t worry; there’s only one Daruk statue this time. First4Figures didn’t make six different variants. They even gave this single statue an LED light feature! Daruk is currently available for pre-order at a reduced “early bird” price of $159.99. This discount will last until April 3rd; after that, he’ll be priced at $169.99. The estimated release date is during the fourth quarter of 2023.
●Sheikah Eye symbol featured on the base
●Two (2) Light-up LED modes (Static and Animated) for the base
●Limited edition numbering on the bottom of the base and packaging
●Rechargeable battery with USB-C Cable
●Special Premium deluxe box packaging
Are you looking for more Legend of Zelda statues? Check out the previously released champion Urbosa or the bronze version of Link on horseback.
In case you didn’t get all four Divine Beasts before facing Calamity Ganon, check out the cut scene from the climax of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild below. By freeing all the Divine Beasts, they take nearly 50% of Ganon’s life bar away during the final battle. Trust me, it helps.
However, doing the quests for each Divine Beast can be a pain in the backside. Oh, and Nintendo is still claiming videos of gameplay. That’s nice. Why is Nintendo so behind the times when it comes to streaming?
What did you think of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Will you be picking up the sequel? Let us know in the comments section below.[Source: First4Figures]
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