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This Fallout Deathclaw Statue Is Massive and Terrifying

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I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for Fallout 76. I love traveling the Wasteland, finding cool stuff, shooting mutants and whatnot. But one thing that I don’t like is encountering Deathclaws in the Fall. These nasty critters are terrifying and very hard to kill. They can basically kill you in an instant.¬†Encountering this Deathclaw statue from Gaming Heads won’t be quite as deadly as in the game.

These incredible statues stand a whopping 28 inches tall by 41 inches long. You have to love all of the detail on these statues.¬†Priced at $999.99, it may be deadly to your wallet, but this guy won’t tear you apart.

He comes in three editions: Regular, Exclusive, and Collective. The Exclusive version is only available direct from Gaming Heads, and comes with an additional lower jaw, broken left horn, and a set of claws while the Collective edition comes in a solid gray.

I don’t think I could own one. I have been too terrorized in-game by these guys. It might give me PTSD to have this beast displayed in my home. Still, it is pretty awesome. Perhaps I should get one and stare my fear down in the face.

All three versions are currently available for pre-order. The Exclusive and Collective editions can only be purchased through the Gaming Heads website. The Regular edition can be found at other third party sites, and retailers.

[via Comic Book]



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