Ubisoft agrees to release new Funko Pop figures for Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy and more

As reported License Global, Ubisoft would have signed a new agreement with Funko and Good Smile Company to create new figuras Funko Pop! de Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy and other video game franchises from the French company. In the past we saw specific collaborations between both companies with a figure from Ezio Auditore that it is impossible to find anywhere, for example, but this new agreement implies a long-term relationship similar to the one that the company has other video game publishers.

Today it is rare the video game, series or cinema franchise that has not seen its characters immortalized in the form of big heads thanks to Funko Pop, but until today, Ubisoft was one of the few companies that still did not have an agreement formal with Funko to distribute figures from his games. With the arrival of Assassin’sn Creed: Valhalla, it seems that the French studio has decided that it is a good time to promote this type of merchandising and encourage collecting among its fans. For the moment, it has not been revealed which figures or characters will have their own Funko Pop !, but it is logical to think that well-known brands like Assassin’s Creed, Tom Clancy o Rainbow Six could be the first to go over to the figures of vinyl.

Overwatch 2 already has its first two Funko POP!

The fever of the Funko Pop figures! seems far from over as it has dozens of licenses and hundreds of characters to please any type of public. Cyberpunk 2077 It will be one of the next launches to have its own line of Funko Pop figures, and even the brand has made its first steps within the video game industry together with Microsoft with the launch of Gears Pop!.

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