McFarlane Toys/Halo 4 Series 2
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McFarlane Toys Halo 4 Series 2 action figures were originally set for release in January 2013, but were delayed to October. For the first time, each figure will include codes for Halo 4 DLC, except for the PowerUp Rewards exclusive figure. All carded figures appear to be packaged in the new slim packaging, previously exclusive to certain retailers.
This Master Chief figure is based off of Master Chief's new appearance in Halo 4. It comes with an ARC-920. As an added bonus, the Master Chief also comes with a free Micro Ops figure of Cortana, in scale with the other Micro Ops figures, Cortana also works as an accessory and can be removed from her base and held in a figure's hand. This figure comes with a code for the Riptide skin for the Assault Rifle.
The Elite Ranger feature a fully-sealed environment suit and an airtight helmet with clear visor; perfect for extra-vehicular activity in the vacuum of space. The Elite Ranger figure comes with the redesigned, Halo 4 version of the Beam Rifle. This figure includes a code for the Chill skin for the Storm Rifle.
The Storm Jackal features the new, more reptilian look seen in Halo 4. Figure includes the redesigned version of the Covenant Carbine weapon. The figure includes a black stand, allowing it to stand better than previous Jackal figures. This figure includes a code for the Engage skin for the Covenant Carbine.
The Spartan CIO figure is clad in CIO armor and comes with the M395 Designated Marksman Rifle. The figure comes in violet or steel/green. The violet figure includes a code for the Ruin skin for the CIO armor, and the steel/green figures has a code for the Bones skin for the DMR. The steel/green variant is a Walgreens exclusive.
The Spartan Warrior figure is exclusive to GameStop's PowerUp Rewards program. It is red and steel and comes with an Assault Rifle. Unlike other Series 2 figures, it does not include a code for any in-game content.
- Originally, a Commander Thomas Lasky figure was included in this series, armed with an M6H pistol, but due to the few sales that Captain Jacob Keyes figure had in the Halo: Anniversary Edition Series 2, it was canceled and replaced with the Didact figure.
- Despite the artwork, there are no "Ruin" skins for the forearms and legs.