Vasco gets his own Starfield action figure, but it costs more than an Xbox

Vasco action figure on a sandy planet
(Image credit: PureArts)

It's only been a week since Starfield dropped, but an action figure based on the RPG is already on its way.

A ⅙-scale articulated action figure of Vasco by PureArts (the folks behind a ton of props and collectibles, like this Assassin's Creed statue) is available to pre-order now ahead of its release at some point next year. Besides being recreated in all their glory, the Starfield robot companion weighs in at roughly one foot tall - it's 11.8 inches / 30cm. Thanks to its 15 points of articulation, this bit of Starfield merch is also more manoeuvrable than I am. Ideal for sitting on your desk or shelf to watch over you while you play, in other words.

Just a word of warning - this isn't the cheapest action figure on the market. You can check out the figure for yourself at the PureArts website, where it'll set you back a rather eye-watering $369. (Not exactly an impulse buy in terms of gifts for gamers, then - it's actually more expensive than an Xbox Series S.)

Still, it certainly looks detailed enough to warrant a larger price tag. Judging by the product photos, the level of detail and weathering is genuinely impressive - it's clear that a lot of effort has gone into this thing. 

If you're quick, you can get an exclusive version of Vasco that comes with a replica of 'the Artifact' too. There are only 150 copies of this special edition, so the early bird gets the robot worm.

If you're knee-deep in the latest Bethesda game and would like a hand, you can check in with our guide to find out more about everything from the best Starfield ship customization options to all of the Starfield crew members so far.

Benjamin Abbott
Tabletop & Merch Editor

As the site's Tabletop & Merch Editor, you'll find my grubby paws on everything from board game reviews to lists of the very best Lego. I've also been writing about games in one form or another since 2012, and can normally be found cackling over some evil plan I've cooked up for my group's next Dungeons & Dragons campaign.