Get your hands on some Overwatch toys at EB Games

Aussie Overwatch fans now’s your chance to get some great Overwatch toys from EB Games. The all-new Hasbro range is now available in addition to Overwatch Monopoly which are joining the RAD Nerf Overwatch Blasters and Overwatch LEGO already available.

The Hasbro range is premium figures inspired by the characters in the game and comes in solo packs with two doubles also available.

A special four pack of heroes has also been announced and features two characters in carbon skins and two in Midnight. Overwatch Monopoly has also been released but it’s not Monopoly as you know it.

Overwatch Toys

With the 6″ Overwatch Ultimate Series “fans and collectors can build a roster of their favourite heroes. These premium figures feature game-inspired designs with multiple points of articulation and come with their signature in-game accessories.”

The heroes available to purchase alone are Tracer, Lucio, Sombra, Blackwatch Reyes and Reinhardt. The dual packs are Soldier 76 and Ana and Pharah and Mercy.

Finally, the four pack includes Genji and Pharah in Carbon Fiber and Zarya and D.Va in Midnight.

The solo figures are $38 AUD each, the doubles are $80 AUD and the four pack is $160 AUD.

Overwatch Monopoly is inspired by Overwatch so it plays a bit differently to what you might expect.

In the board game, each player drafts a team of 3 including a group leader, and then they battle for the high score to win! P

layers earn points by moving around the board capturing objectives and collecting loot boxes

The characters included in the game are D.Va, Lucio, Mercy, Reaper, Tracer and Winston. It costs $98 AUD.

While they aren’t new, the Overwatch Nerf guns are super cute and only $15 AUD each. There are three variants available, Tracer, Baby D.Va and Torbjorn.

If you’re an Overwatch fan, now is definitely the time to head into EB.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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