A new statue from toy manufacturer Project Triforce features one of the two Assassin’s Creed Syndicate protagonists, Jacob Frye, but it will cost you a pretty penny to get your hands on it.
The 16.8 inch statue of Frye will cost $650. It was previously revealed at last year’s Comic-Con, but has since been updated according to the manufacturer, recognizing the addition of “in-game accurate face scars…mutton chops, and enhancing texturing of his coat and pants.”
The statue is scheduled to be released in the third quarter of 2016.
“Born in Crawley to Ethan and Cecily Frye, Jacob was an Assassin of the British Brotherhood who operated in London during the Victorian era. The younger twin brother of Evie Frye, both children were raised from birth as Assassins. After their father passed, they went to London on a mission to topple an oppressive Templar regime. Leading the criminal syndicate, the Rooks, the siblings confronted the Templars head on, taking a stand for the poverty stricken districts of London,” the description of the product reads.
No statue appears to be in the works for Jacob’s sister – and arguably the more interesting of the two protagonists of Syndicate – Evie Frye.