Ubisoft unleashes two new UbiCollectibles for The Division and Ghost Recon Wildlands

Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy titles will be getting two more Ubicollectible figurines, the company announced today. Both figurines will be arriving in March.

One Ubicollectible is lined up for Tom Clancy’s The Division, while the other will be tied to Ubisoft’s upcoming open world game, Ghost Recon Wildlands. Each one is made of PVC.

The new figurine for The Division depicts an SHD Agent. The 24cm tall statue features an illuminated seeker mine, watch and communicator, just like the active elements are used in-game. There’s also a switch hidden in the snow-covered base that allows the figure’s LED lighting to be turned on and off. It comes with three AG13 LR44 cell batteries, too.

Meanwhile, the Ghost Recon Wildlands figurine has been directly inspired by the in-game statue of Santa Muerte. The divine figure is considered a symbol of protection in the South American world of Wildlands, and is both greatly feared and revered by the Santa Blanca cartel. Dubbed the Fallen Angel”, it stands 25cm tall and features skulls, necklaces and Santa Muerte’s iconic scythe.

Both Ubicollectibles are available for pre-order now. The SHD Agent costs 59.99 and will be available from March 2nd, while the Fallen Angel statue costs 49.99 and will launch on March 7th in time for the Ghost Recon Wildlands’ worldwide release.

Customers who order the Ubicollectibles from Ubisoft’s online store will also earn themselves some Ubisoft Club Units in the process – 60 points for the SHD Agent and 50 points for the Fallen Angel. Customers can also get 20 per cent off the RRP by spending 100 of their banked Club Units.

Ubisoft also released a behind-the-scenes trailer for the game’s music. Alain Johannes of Queens of the Stone Age and Them Crooked Vultures fame will be lending his skills for the Ghost Recon Wildlands soundtrack, and you can watch the full featurette below. The soundtrack is available for pre-order now on iTunes for 8.99.

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