Todd McFarlane's Spawn will be joining the Mortal Kombat 11 roster on March 17th as an early access release for Kombat Pack owners followed by a wide release on March 24th. To say that Spawn's arrival in MK11 is highly anticipated is an understatement, so you might be interested to know that there's a way to get your hands on Spawn a few days earlier...albeit in action figure form.
Indeed, McFarlane Toys is laying down a Mortal Kombat combo with a spectacular 7-inch Spawn figure based on the character's default skin appearance in the DLC. The figure features 22-points of ultra-articulation, a base, and a Spawn Sword accessory. If you want to add the McFarlane Toys Mortal Kombat 11 figure to your collection, here's what you need to know... UPDATE: The figure has not returned to the retailers below at the time of writing, but pre-orders have opened up here at Entertainment Earth for the standard $19.99.
ORIGINAL: The Spawn figure launched as a surprise early exclusive here at Walmart on March 8th for $19.99 and promptly sold out. It also appears to have briefly launched here at Amazon last night before selling out. GameStop currently has the figure available to pre-order right here, though they've jacked up the price to $26.99. In a recent blog post, McFarlane Toys notes that the figure would be available on Amazon and GameStop starting on Friday, March 13th, so they might have jumped the gun a bit. However, keep tabs on the Walmart and Amazon links above for restocks on (or before) that date. Then again, you always find the figure here on eBay.0comments
You can take a closer look at the McFarlane Toys Mortal Kombat 11 Spawn figure right here. It joins Raiden, Johnny Cage, Scorpion, and Sub-Zero in McFarlane Toys' MK11 figure lineup. You can order most of those figures here at Walmart and here on Amazon now. They're also available here at GameStop with a higher price tag.
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