As fans of the shoot-and-loot layout of Destiny get ready for the game’s sequel this September, it appears that Mattel is prepping something special for those that plan on attending this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The company revealed a Mega Construx Iron Song Ghost Shell that’ll be made available exclusively at the well-attended and California-based gaming, comic, television, and film convention, allowing collectors and Destiny fans alike to plan ahead.
The buildable figure will be accompanied by a Mega Construx rendition of Lord Saladin and come in a combined total of over 400 pieces. The collectible is planned to retail for $40 USD, which means that it’s likely not too much of a stretch financially for anyone hoping to add it to their collection of Destiny paraphernalia. The manufacturer left no mystery behind the product when rolling back the curtain on it either, showcasing a number of pictures featuring the upcoming figure to help build anticipation.
Mattel has now opened pre-orders for the Iron Song Ghost Shell, which will allow those attending San Diego Comic-Con to simply stroll over to the Torrey Pines rooms at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina during their respective hours of operation to secure their plastic prize. The event itself is set to kick off on June 20th and will continue on until June 23rd, but those that plan on pre-ordering the Destiny: Rise of Iron collectible and attending the convention can only grab it until the 22nd.
Meanwhile, those that aren’t going to be clearing shelf space for a 400-some-odd pieced Iron Song Ghost Shell can anticipate Destiny 2 arriving in the not-so-distant future. The game has quickly been building up excitement from the series’ fanbase following its reveal earlier this year, and that anticipation is sure to only continue growing as its launch nears.
Destiny 2 is set to arrive for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on September 6, 2017, and PC on October 24, 2017.