Assassin’s Creed Mirage PureArts Animus Basim Statue

Prepare For ‘Assassin’s Creed Mirage’ With PureArts’ 1/4 Scale Animus Basim Statue

With the Assassin’s Creed franchise going back to its roots with the upcoming Assassin’s Creed Mirage, which arrives a week earlier than initially planned on 5 October, there is perhaps no better time to celebrate the franchise. At the heart of the new adventure is the street thief, Isu reincarnate, and Hidden One known as Basim, and you can invite the assassin into your home with the new PureArts Animus Basim 1/4 statue.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage PureArts Animus Basim Statue

Appearing as a stranger from the Holy Land in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and returning as the playable main character in Assassin’s Creed Mirage, the PureArts Animus Basim 1/4 Scale Statue captures Basim in 9th Century Baghdad. Basim crouches in a classic assassin’s landing in front of a hyper-detailed golden-age Islamic architecture base complete with Muqarnas and a dome made of colourful tiles. LEDs throughout the statue light up PureArts’ signature Animus effect.

The PureArts Animus Basim 1/4 Scale Statue comes with two interchangeable base tops, allowing you to choose the height of your statue. The PureArts Exclusive Edition, limited to only 250 units and available only on the official website, includes a metal wearable replica of Basim’s ring.

The key details are as follows:

  • MSRP: US$899.00
  • Hyperdetailed sculpt with stunning clothing textures and details
  • LED Animus Effect
  • Two interchangeable base tops
  • Exclusive Item: Wearable metal replica

Be sure to make some room to display this exciting new PureArts piece, as the Animus Basim 1/4 Scale Statue has dimensions of 43 by 34 by 78cm, and weighs in at a considerable 10kg. Fans who pre-order the piece can expect to bolster their collection in the first quarter of 2024.

In addition to Basim, there are also many other Assassin’s Creed statues produced by PureArts, including one for Connor Kenway, Bayek, Kassandra, Eivor, Edward Kenway, Ezio Auditore, Altair, and even a diorama featuring the latter two.