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Elden Ring Collectibles: Iron Fist Alexander Nendoroid and More Available for Preorder

Elden Ring fans are in for a treat with the latest addition to the IGN Store: the Iron Fist Alexander Nendoroid. Standing at approximately 3.9 inches, this adorable figure can be posed in various ways, making it a delightful addition to any collector's assortment. Preordering is available now for $50.99, with an estimated release date of July 2024.

Joining the Iron Fist Alexander Nendoroid are other impressive Elden Ring collectibles, including figures of Melina, Vargram the Raging Wolf in his Raging Wolf armor, and a Festering Fingerprint Vyke figure from S.H.Figuarts. These figures are currently in stock and can be purchased to enhance your collection.

For those seeking Elden Ring-themed wall art, Displate offers a range of metal posters starting at $49. These stunning pieces are perfect for fans looking to display their love for the game in a visually appealing manner.

To further explore the artistry of Elden Ring, Amazon has discounted the game's two volumes of official art books. These books provide a beautiful showcase of the game's artwork, both on the cover and within its pages. They are a worthy investment for fans and may even inspire a replay of the game.

Additionally, Future Press presents the Elden Ring Strategy Guides, which offer comprehensive breakdowns and walkthroughs of the game. These guides include in-depth exploration of dungeons, introductions to NPCs, and much more, ensuring that players can fully immerse themselves in the vast and intricate world of The Lands Between.

Elden Ring fans should seize the opportunity to enhance their collections and dive deeper into the game's lore and artwork. Whether it is through preordering the Iron Fist Alexander Nendoroid, purchasing other collectibles, acquiring stunning wall art, or investing in art books and strategy guides, there is something for every fan to enjoy.

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– Displate
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