funko pop ghost of tsushima

PlayStation Funko Line Featuring Jin Sakai, Kratos, and Bloodborne Hunter Now up for Pre-Order

If you’re a fan of everything PlayStation and also a fan of having cool video game memorabilia all over your home/office space, then these new PlayStation Funko Pops should totally be your next purchase.

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There’s one of Kratos from God of War (2018) bearing his signature Blades of Chaos and he also glows in the dark for a reason that I do not know. If you’re more of a Soulsborne fan, then you might like this Funko Pop figure of The Hunter from FromSoftware’s Bloodborne.

And last but not least, we have a Ghost of Tsushima Jin Sakai Funko figure with blood splatter all over his sword and body to really get into that sword-slicing vibe of the upcoming open-world title.

All of these figures can only be purchased at GameStop and they’ll each run you $11.99 with orders expected to ship towards the end of August 2020.

If you’re interested in any of the video games represented by these figures, they’re all available to play on a PS4 console. Ghost of Tsushima is set to launch this Friday on July 17.


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