Dark Horse and BioWare announce new Varric statuette and new print for Dragon Age Day

To celebrate Dragon Age Day, Dark Horse and developer BioWare have revealed a few new collectibles associated with one of the franchise’s most beloved characters. Concretely, this collaboration between the two entities resulted in a new statuette and art print associated with Varric, which appeared in both Dragon age ii and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Both items are available for pre-order and will start shipping in 2022.

As for the Varric statuette, the figure is 6 inches tall and will retail for $ 129.99. “Sculpted by Bigshot Toyworks and prototyped and painted by JW Productions,” Dark Horse said in his official description of the statue. This model is limited to just 1000 units in total, which means it will be quite a collector’s item for any Dragon Age fan. Those who buy it should expect it to ship between July and September of next year.

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As for the art print, this piece featuring Varric will retail for $ 59.99 and be limited to just 500 units in total. It should then be shipped next year between February and March. Also seek adventure – and dragons – with Varric and Bianca as they set out to journey through Thedas in a beautifully illustrated art print by the incredibly talented Steve Morris! This hand numbered lithograph, 18 x 24 “features a finished linen paper and gold foil stamp to solidify your love of Dragon Age forever,” Dark Horse said in its product description. “Either way, you love him, go on an adventure with his beloved Bianca or reciting his latest embellished tale, Varric Tethras beckons you to take him home.”

If you would like to pre-order any of these collectibles, you can head over to the official Dark Horse website and look to lock in your own purchase right now. Additionally, be sure to keep an eye out for other Dragon Age collaborations going forward, as Dark Horse has also announced that it will be releasing more statuettes associated with Iron Bull and Morrigan in the future.

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