Ubisoft has announced Ubisoft Heroes; a brand-new set of chibi figurines inspired by famous heroes from Ubisoft titles like the Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry franchises. The Ubisoft Heroes collection will be offered in several different series of 10cm chibi figurines available through the Ubisoft Store and regular distribution channels.

The first series of Ubisoft Heroes can already be preordered at the price of SGD29.90 (or roughly RM90+) and will be available starting from 28 August 2020. This first series will include four iconic characters:

  • Ezio Auditore from Assassin’s Creed has been faithfully reproduced with all the key elements that made his legend. From the iconic Assassin’s hood to the lethal hidden blades, everything has been added in order to make the most accurate chibi figurine of Ezio, available in regular and in a Ubisoft store exclusive Eagle Vision edition.

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  • Vaas Montenegro, the most dangerous and unstable character of Far Cry 3 has been brought back to life. From the casual position to the firmly held gun, through scars, tattoos, piercings and dark rings, this Vaas chibi feels like the true villain here.

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  • Nomad, the leader of the Ghost Team from Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint will also be part of this adventure. With his striking presence and his steady gaze, the lieutenant colonel of the famous Elite US Special Operations Unit is a must-have chibi.

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  • Finally, Rabbids and Sam Fisher decided to team-up in an exclusive chibi figurine. And when the craziness of a Rabbid meets the seriousness of CIA agent Sam Fisher, this leads to comical situations. This Rabbid has dressed up exactly like Sam Fisher…except for his gun, replaced by a plunger.

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The Ubisoft Heroes first Series is already available for pre-order in our Ubisoft shops in Singapore: https://ubi.li/Flhsh. Personally, these Ubisoft Heroes look a lot like Nendoroid, but they somehow look cheaper (less production value) and less detailed. Without additional accessories or moveable body parts, they’re more like Funko Pops without the soulless beady eyes.

In the meantime, check out the trailer below.


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