Gecco Announces Metal Gear 5 1:6 Scale Quiet Statue

Add the 1:6 Scale Quiet Statue to Your Phantom Pain Set

Gecco has announced another addition to its 1:6 Scale Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain collection, bringing joy to fans and collectors worldwide. This time, they’re making a 1:6 scale Quiet statue, who will join Snake and Raiden.

Just like Snake and Raiden, Quiet will be approximately 11 inches high (~30cm) and will be made out of high quality PVC plastic. The statue will be incredibly detailed as the sculpting was based on in-game model sheets. This is why the statue even features even the smallest of details such as her beauty marks, or tiny bolts on her sniper rifle. The rifle itself can be displayed with or without a suppressor though the rifle is not detachable from the statue.

What is detachable, however, are the knife and a handgun which are included. One interchangeable head will also be included and features a butterfly mark on her face. The clothing is not made out of real fabric, but that is understandable considering her costume, and her clothing is highly detailed, including even ripped sheer tights. The statue comes prepainted and includes a display base featuring the motif of Aabe Shifap Ruins, known to fans as the ruins where she tried to capture Snake. The full weight of the statue is somewhere around 5lbs (~2.5kg).

The statue’s release date is estimated to be sometime in June or July 2016 and will cost $289.00. This is a bit more than Raiden and Snake but is definitely worth it. Distribution for North America will be handled by Ultra Tokyo Connection and Diamond Comics Distributor, but you can also preorder it on Big Bad Toys. For more information, be sure to check Gecco’s Facebook page as it is frequently updated with details about future statues.

By Bryan Stewart

Bryan first discovered an appreciation for action figures at an early age, setting up elaborate GI Joe ant hill attacks, complete with firework pyrotechnics. Due to the high injury rate for the Joes, replacements were a constant necessity.

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