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Blizzard "From The Vault" Collection Celebrates 30th Anniversary With Limited Edition Collectibles

Blizzard is celebrating its 30-year anniversary with special collectibles like a massive statue of the Lich King and a limited-time print.

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Blizzard is introducing a new limited series of merch based on its various franchises to celebrate the company's 30th anniversary. The "From the Vault" series will introduce new collectibles every month through November, starting today with the Lich King Arthas premium statue and a special art print.

The Lich King Arthas statue is 26 inches high and weighs more than 40 pounds, and it comes at a premium price of $1100. A Prince Arthas concept art print is also part of this month's offerings for $30, but only available for 30 days. Each month will introduce a new concept art print throughout the event, and each will only be available for 30 days.

Lich King Arthas Statue
Lich King Arthas Statue

New additions will be made on the second Thursday of each month. Blizzard says the From the Vault collection will feature pieces ranging across its wide variety of franchises, but it hasn't detailed what else is coming just yet.

Prince Arthas Concept Art Print
Prince Arthas Concept Art Print

The From the Vault set joins the other, less-limited anniversary merch already up on the Blizzard Gear store. Those include items like hoodies, desk mats, and plushies. And Blizzard has made other moves to celebrate its anniversary like sharing concept art and introducing in-game items. The company also surprise-released the Blizzard Arcade Collection, a compilation of three early games: The Lost Vikings, Rock N Roll Racing, and Blackthorne.

Meanwhile, the technical alpha for Diablo 2: Resurrected, a remastered version of one of its other most iconic games, is starting tomorrow. Players will be randomly chosen, but if you get in you'll be able to dabble with three of the classes: Barbarian, Amazon, and Sorceress.

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