Fallout 4 has a 14.5 inch power armour-clad figurine which costs £279

fallout 4 power armour

In partnership with Bethesda, Japanese toymaker ThreeZero are producing a meticulously crafted, sumptuously detailed Fallout 4 figurine – but be prepared to cash in your entire bottlecap collection to afford one. 

If you like Fallout 4 enough to spend the almost $400 this figurine costs, you’ll probably enjoy most of the games on PCGamesN’s list of the best PC RPGs.

While the price tag might seem extortionate, for the size and craftsmanship it’s actually quite reasonable, if you’re the sort of person who’s into collecting this stuff. It’s certainly in line with other similar figures, and at least international shipping is free. Yay?

It stands at 14.5 inches tall, and is fully posable, with 35 “incredibly detailed” points of articulation, including the fingers. You can swap out the head and the helmet – ooh-er, and all that – and the latter features a light up LED function, though you’ll have to fork out for the batteries yourself, if you have any money left and haven’t died of starvation.

All outer-armor pieces are detachable and interchangeable with upcoming Fallout 4 power armor figures, and the figure features a fully modeled endoskeleton under the outer armour – you know, that human scaffolding that shows when all of your armour has been swiped away by an angry deathclaw. It also comes with an AER-9 Laser Rifle.

If this all sounds like something you want/can actually afford, pre-orders open on January 28. There are loads of lovely pictures over on the official site.

Thanks, Eurogamer.