Gaming Heads just made available God of War: Kratos and Atreus Mini Figures! This two pack includes a 3.5-inch-tall Kratos figure and a 2.75-inch-tall Atreus figure - perfectly sized to display virtually anywhere.
With Kratos holding his axe and Atreus with his bow at the ready, these figures are surprisingly detailed. The intricacies like Atreus's tattoo and the engravings on Kratos's axe will really stand out to fans of the game.
God of War: Kratos andAtreus Mini Figures are also available in a faux bronze paint variant, sold exclusively on GamingHeads.com..
God of War™: Kratos and Atreus Exclusive Mini Figures have been produced in a limited edition of 1000. Exclusive to GamingHeads.com., these mini figures feature a faux bronze paint application giving them an epic look straight from the age of gods and monsters.
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