US: Now McFarlane grabs Call of Duty licence
Monday, 7th July 2008 at 9:29 am
First figures in deal deploying to stores in November.
Hot on the heels of its deal for Guitar Hero action figures, McFarlane Toys is joining forces with Activision again to produce figures for the next game in the successful Call of Duty series, World at War.
The line is expected to hit stores in the US this autumn, with prices ranging between $10 to $15.
The range will consist of four soldiers: Marine Corps with Flamethrower, Battle of Peleliu; Marine Infantry, Battle of Peleliu; Marine Corps with Machine Gun, Battle of Okinawa; and British Special Ops, Battle for the Roer Triangle.
Developed by Treyarch, Call of Duty: World at War puts players into WWII combat, challenging them to band together to survive the climactic battles of the South Pacific and European theatres that lead to the demise of the Axis powers.
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