The Ancient Gods DLC for DOOM Eternal introduced us to Davoth, the Dark Lord of Hell. He proved to be quite the formidable opponent for the DOOM Slayer. Now the supreme ruler of the forces of darkness can come to your home for a price.
Bethesda Gear has announced that Davoth, in his battle armor, is the newest addition to the company’s collection of DOOM statues. He is represented here as a 9″ tall armored badass. He comes complete with the Crucible sword and shield.
The Dark Lord is made from hand-painted polyresin, complete with translucent parts but no lighting effects. That’s unfortunate because I’m sure this guy would look amazing lit up with red LEDs.
Pre-orders for the Dark Lord statue are currently open. Davoth is limited to only 800 pieces. The figure will set you back $150 or (4) interest-free payments of $37.50 through Klarna.
The expected ship date is August 2023.
The DOOM Dark Lord statue will come individually numbered and includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
I’m wondering when a DOOM Slayer companion statue will come out. The boxart hints at a diorama. So, I guess we’ll have to wait and see.
The last DOOM collectible we covered was a trio of UAC keycards. They were just static props, but they’re priced at $70 for whatever reason.
In other Bethesda Gear news, the Fallout Nuka-Cola Quantum glass bottles have arrived. They’re made from blue-tinted glass; however, they’re not made for drinking. A single Nuka-Cola bottle will set you back $30. Each one comes with a Quantum-branded cap.
What do you think of the new collectibles? Let us know below![Source: Bethesda Gear]
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