McFarlane Toys answers Call of Duty

Last week, McFarlane Toys revealed its plans to produce action figures based on Activision's hit Guitar Hero franchise. Now another of the publisher's biggest gaming properties is making the jump to the tangible world, as the toy maker today confirmed a line of four action figures based on the...

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Last week, McFarlane Toys revealed its plans to produce action figures based on Activision's hit Guitar Hero franchise. Now another of the publisher's biggest gaming properties is making the jump to the tangible world, as the toy maker today confirmed a line of four action figures based on the upcoming Call of Duty: World at War.

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The line features three Marines and one British Special Ops soldier. Each 6-inch trooper features "game-accurate" sculpting and carries a distinctive weapon, from an M2-2 flamethrower to a Mark II Sten gun.

The line marks an intersection of two McFarlane specialties. The company has produced game-based toys for Soulcalibur II, Halo 3, Metal Gear Solid 2, Onimusha 2, and Ultima Online in the past, and it also has an ongoing military line that focuses on modern-day US troops from all armed forces branches.

Each Call of Duty: World at War figure will sell for around $10-$15. McFarlane Toys expects to launch the line this November.

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