Blizzard recently announced that there's a new ultimate fan gift in town. The Overwatch Ultimate Genji Sword is available as a pre-order for $200. It'll ship by December 15th, so you should get it in time for the holidays. Also, there's a limit of 10 swords per customer, so if you were planning on spending $20,000 on these, you're out of luck. Two grand's the limit, buddy.
All sarcasm about the price aside, Blizzard collectibles are almost always the pinnacle of all things geeky and awesome, and this is no exception. It comes with a sword, a sheath, and a stand. The sword has LEDs for illumination and has motion-activated sounds too. The collectible is made of premium materials and measures almost 47 inches long.
While you might not be able to go full Dragonblade, this is still an awesome collectible for anyone who mains Genji or just really likes Overwatch. Of course, if you don't want to drop a couple hundred bucks on something that may be irrelevant in a couple of years, you could opt for something like the Funko Pop Genji figure or even a wooden Genji replica sword. If you want the full experience though, be sure to head to Blizzard and get your pre-order in.
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