Apex Legends 6-Inch Action Figures

Apex Legends 6-Inch Action Figures | Source: Jakks Pacific

A new squad just deployed for the battle royale on your shelf!

Jakks Pacific just entered the game with its first wave of 6-inch action figures inspired by Apex Legends.

The Season 1 assortment includes Bloodhound, Pathfinder, and Wraith, each sold separately. Each figure features premium detail and 25 points of articulation for maximum poseability.

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Apex Legends action figures are available to preorder now for shipping in October.

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Jakks Pacific holds a multiyear global licensing deal with Electronic Arts (EA) to create action figures and accessories, plush, role-play toys, and toy weapons and blasters inspired by Apex Legends. Jakks’ Disguise division is creating a full line of costumes and accessories inspired by the brand. Apex Legends is free-to-play with in-game purchases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Origin for PC.

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