The regular series includes two versions of the T-850. In one version the T-850 is carrying a coffin, recalling a scene from the film, while the other T-850 figure comes complete with an arsenal that includes both a futuristic rifle and a grenade launcher. As is the norm with McFarlane's figures the detail is stunning, especially in the battle-damaged T-850 with Coffin where the figure's clothes display numerous rips and several head wounds reveal the figure's robotic underpinnings.
There are also two versions of the T-X Terminatrix, Arnold's antagonist in the film, who is played by actress Kristanna Loken. In the flesh she is a striking blonde as beautiful as she is deadly, while the second figure, the T-X Terminatrix Endoskeleton, displays her robotic workings in great detail.
McFarlane Toys is also producing a twelve-inch T-850 figure, which will come with various weapons as well as sound chip that will undoubtedly contain some choice heavily accented catchphrases from the film. But the piece de resistance of this collection is the Boxed Set, which features a severely battle-damaged T-850 and a T-X Endoskeleton figure re-creating a crucial battle scene from the film.