He’s been the hero of multiple Call of Duty games, and now Modern Warfare soldier Captain Price finally has his own figurine.
This sweet looking collectible, designed by McFarlane Toys Collectables, features the British Special Forces legend in his trademark boonie hat. Designed based on in-game scans from the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot, the hero is dressed in his tactical gear while wielding an assault rifle.
This 7″ piece of art reflects Price as he appears in the upcoming Modern Warfare.
The Activision Games Bog further notes that the figurine also includes some additional Modern Warfare content which has yet to be announced. Could owners of mini-Price be treated to exclusive DLC? Time will only tell.
Captain Price has long been a series mainstay – and way before COD jumped into modern-day war. His first incarnation was as a captain in the British Army during WWII in Call of Duty (2003) and Call of Duty 2 (2005). It wasn’t until Call of Duty: Modern Warfare exploded onto consoles in 2007 that Price really blew up in popularity.
Retooled as a Captain serving in the British SAS in the near-future, Price became even more iconic thanks to the Modern Warfare trilogy. While players seldom stepped into the Captain’s boonie hat themselves during the course of these games, they would constantly interact with him through other characters. He is considered one of the most memorable and badass of the Call of Duty heroes.
While in the original trilogy, Price was portrayed by English actor Billy Murray (no relation to the American Ghostbusters star), Barry Sloan will take over the role for the reboot. While the reason for this unclear, the game’s art director Joel Emslie has asserted “that there’s no doubt he’s the character when I see him or hear him doing voice recordings or mo-capping.”
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be released October 25, 2019, for PS4, Xbox One, and Windows.
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