Deals: Legend Of Zelda’s Revali Lands On The Nintendo UK Store In Fine Form

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If you’ve played The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, you’ve almost certainly got your favourite Champion. You know, the four warriors who helped out Link during the Calamity and whose spirits occupy the Divine Beasts used to fight Ganon? We got to spend a lot more time with them in Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and now you’ve got the chance to get really up close and personal with the very best one! Well, he thinks he’s the best one, at least.

Yep, this rather handsome Revali statue from First 4 Figures (originally revealed back in April) is now available to pre-order from Nintendo’s Official UK Store. Limited to one per customer, the 11-inch PVC statue shows the feathery champion brandishing his Great Eagle Bow and comes in two forms: the ‘Exclusive Edition’ with a numbered light-up LED base and a “Premium Deluxe Box” and “Authentication Card” for £109.99, and the standard Collector’s Edition that omits number on the base and the fancy box and card for £89.99.

Revali joins the Link and Zelda figurines already available, which you can also see below. Pre-orders are now live and the statue is scheduled to arrive on the 17th December 2021. Check out the options below if you’re a fan of this preening champ:

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It should also be noted that the Exclusive Edition is only available in the UK from My Nintendo Store and or First4Figures themselves.
It should also be noted that the Exclusive Edition is only available in the UK from My Nintendo Store and or First4Figures themselves.

Let us know if you’ll be placing a pre-order for Revali below. We can’t wait for Daruk to show up, personally, although we imagine he’ll come with a hefty shipping fee if it’s calculated by weight! (That’s a joke — delivery is free over £20 apparently.




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