Update [Wed 1st March, 2023 10:30 GMT]: After being teased last week, we now have all the details on First 4 Figures' upcoming Daruk statue including that all-important pre-order information.

The statue is set to release in Q4 of this year and will retail for $203.99 on the official First 4 Figures website. An Early Bird offer, which brings the Goron statue down to $191.99, is available if ordered before 3rd April:

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With the other three Champions already out as well as statues of both Link and Zelda, we wouldn't be surprised if this is the final release from First 4 linked directly to Breath of the Wild. Might we be looking at some Tears of the Kingdom merch down the line? We sure hope so...

Original article [Wed 22nd Feb, 2023 10:30 GMT]: First 4 Figures is teasing the full reveal of the next figure in its The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Champions lineup, with Daruk rounding out the quartet.

Those who want to see the statue in full will have to wait until 28th February at 08:00 PST / 16:00 GMT on which First 4 will be hosting a full introduction livestream with all of the important details including pre-order dates and pricing. This hasn't stopped the company from revealing a sneaky first look at the statue, however, and we must say it is looking pretty sweet.

Revealed in a preliminary livestream teaser over on the @First4Figures Twitter, we got a look at most of the upcoming statue in a good amount of detail. We haven't seen the base for this one just yet (though we imagine that it will have the same LED Sheikah Eye symbol as the prior three Champions) but the main body is looking set to have all of the attention to detail that we have come to expect from First 4 Figures.

Standing with the Boulder Breaker held aloft and a big grin on his face, this is definitely the Goron Champion alright.

We don't have an official price set for this one just yet, though based on previous numbers we would expect it to sit around $150-$200. This is on the pricier end, we will admit, but price tags are often high on statues of this quality and there is always going to be the incentive to complete the set for those who have pricked up Revali, Urbosa and Mipha previously.

What do you make of Daruk's statue? Will you be picking one up? Roll down to the comments to let us know.

[source twitter.com]