Let's be real, the latest The Witcher title was more than filled with memorable moments and breathtakingly beautiful scenery, but nothing quite captured our hearts like that iconic bathtub scene did. Geralt of Rivia ain't too shabby to look at and I may or may not have spent more time than I probably should have thinking about that scene, no shame. Still, it was a hilarious sexy moment in the game and now fans of the brave monster slayer can keep that treasured memory with them forever because it's getting a collectible statue.

The latest statue comes from Dark Horse that has quite a few new merch pieces lined up for the near future! One of those, however, is this beauty seen below:

According to the product listing, "Originally an in-game scene, turned internet meme, turned CD project red April Fools joke, the demand that This be brought to life From Witcher fans became too Great to bear. Dark horse is proud to bring you this marvelously detailed, hand-painted Polynesian statuette featuring Geralt of Rivia relaxing and healing from his perilous journeys, in a candlelit bath, complete with his rubber ducky!"

There's even a rubber ducky, come on! It's definitely a far stretch from how Geralt is usually shown off: the robust hero with a determined look on his brow and sword in hand. Still, we're not complaining. Even still, Dark Horse has mentioned in the past that they were a little timid when it came to releasing this particular piece of merch.

Don't be scared, Projekt Red, we'll be gentle.

You can pre-order this bad boy right here on Amazon before it releases officially on May 29th! 

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The Witcher: Wild Hunt is a story-driven, next-generation open world role-playing game set in a visually stunning fantasy universe full of meaningful choices and impactful consequences. In The Witcher you play as the professional monster hunter, Geralt of Rivia, tasked with finding a child of prophecy in a vast open world rich with merchant cities, viking pirate islands, dangerous mountain passes, and forgotten caverns to explore.