A Closer Look at the Far Cry 4 Kyrat Edition Pagan Min StatueDecember 2, 2014
For gamers intent on maximizing their haul of both physical and digital extras, the Far Cry 4 Kyrat Edition is likely to be a satisfying quarry. Released in November alongside the standard edition of the game (for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360), this collector’s edition variant of Ubisofts acclaimed open-world shooter arrived with an assortment of items likely to entice the ardent gaming collector. Along with the Limited Edition version of the Far Cry 4 game disc (complete with a bonus weapon and additional missions), the Kyrat Edition shipped with a decorative box filled with a replica travel journal, propaganda poster, and map of the games Himalayan setting of Kyrat.
Pushing past the other items, the centerpiece of the set is the Pagan Min statue. Like the , the Pagan Min statue is manufactured by UbiCollectibles. The nearly 8-inch tall statue of Far Cry 4s fictional villain is presented seated on his rocky elephant throne with a cache of weapons at his sides. The sculpture adequately captures Mins devilish and flamboyant presence from the games cover art though the facial resemblance is noticeably off. However, the detail in the range of textures and painted finish on both the figure and faux-stone throne make for a piece that should offer enough authentic detail to appease video game statue enthusiasts.
With its assortment of extras and the manufacturers suggested retail price of $129.99 USD, the Far Cry 4 Kyrat Edition is likely to be the version of choice for fans of the latest entry in Ubisofts venerable shooting game series. For video game collectors looking for the premium Far Cry experience, itll likely prove to be a worthwhile indulgence.