Dark Horse Deluxe and CD Projekt Red are teaming up to produce a high-end product line based on The Witcher set to be released this fall.

The product line will include everything from statues, busts, action figures, prop and jewelry replicas, barware, stationery, and other collectibles. The line will debut with a set of stunning figures.

Those figures include Geralt, Triss, Yennefer, Ciri, and the Wild Hunt King, Eredin. Each of the figures will be designed to the character’s likeness, custom painted, and displayed in deluxe window box packaging. They will retail at $29.99.

“We are truly excited to bring the Witcher 3 characters to life! Wild Hunt fans requested figures of Geralt, Ciri, Yen, and other collectibles multiple times, and now, thanks to this cooperation, we’re finally able to fulfill these requests without putting an arm and a leg on the price tag. I truly hope Witcher fans notice all the love and the excellent craftsmanship put into creating them!” said Rafał Jaki, business development manager for CD Projekt RED.

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the 2015 critically acclaimed video game from CD Projekt Red based on the fantasy novel series by Andrezej Sapkowski. Dark Horse has published multiple Witcher tie-ins including two comic series turned graphic novels, The Witcher: House of Glass and The Witcher: Fox Children. They have also produced an art book, The World of The Witcher.

“Although Dark Horse has been bringing Witcher forward as graphic novels and art books for a couple of years, we have only begun exploring Geralt of Rivia’s world. And there is quite a world to explore! We are developing a variety of collectible products, in conjunction with the team at CD Projekt RED, with the initial launch of figures as the portal,” noted Dark Horse’s VP of Product Development, David Scroggy. “We are planning a colorful and untamed range of high-quality enhancements to one of the most beautiful and original games we have seen. We hope this journey is a long one, and that fans will join us for the ride.”

  • Dubya75

    They really didn’t get Geralt’s head and face right…

  • Do you think it’s because of the way his arm is across his face and we only have the frontal angle?

  • Lars Anderson

    He should be paler imo. Supposed to be a mutant.

  • André Cardoso

    “The Wild Hunt King and Eredin” – aren’t they one and the same? o_O

  • Correct. That was a typo. Had the “and” in the wrong place. It has been fixed now.

  • vyacheslav

    Interesting, but when this product will be sold???

  • This Fall. No specific dates have been announced yet.

  • Dubya75

    Nah John I think they just got the proportions wrong. Should not matter what is obscuring his face. If the proportions were right, it would look right from any angle.
    I mean don’t get me wrong, I would still totally buy it! 😉