Get ready for war with the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier statue, plus stand a chance to win one!

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Do you love gaming merchandise? We certainly do, as our shelves are groaning under the weight of all our current collectable figurines, statues and art books. And it looks like we’re adding a touch of military class to our collection, with the latest Ghost Recon: Future Soldier figure.

Say hello to Kozak, a member of the lethal squad of Ghost soldiers. While most of you are playing as and alongside him right now, he’s unfortunately only a member of your squad, in a digital world.

Until now that is, as the Ubisoft retailer, the Ubishop, have just released a new figure based on his likeness. Cast in sturdy PVC, the Kozak statue has the dangerous soldier ready for battle, and includes a nod to the new HUD that keeps players informed, on his weapon.

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We’ve got one of these fantastic figures to give away, thanks to the beautiful people at Ubisoft and the Ubishop. All you have to do, is leave a comment below, and we’ll pick a winner using our patented Randomiser 2.0 engine.

And it really is worth entering, as the figure is simply stunning, when examined up close. It’s big, has weight to it, and it looks like it could easily slash the throat of your other collectables. If you don’t feel like taking a chance when entering the contest, the Ubishop has this fantastic statue up for sale on its website, alongside some other cool merchandise.

You’ve got until high noon, on Friday to enter, and competition is only open to persons with a valid South African address to ship the figure to. Because it’s quite heavy, and also happens to be covered in litres of our ogling drool.

 

Last Updated: May 28, 2012

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