Tracer is 5.5 inches tall and comes with 2 extra hands, her pulse pistols, pulse bomb, and 2 blaster effects. The pistols slot into her hands easily, but the blaster effects are not a snug fit. One of my favorite features of this toy is that the pulse bomb accessory can be attached to her backpack when you're not using it. I don't know if Hasbro uses 3d printing to make their molds, but they have been knocking it out of the park on these characters' faces. Tracer looks identical to her in-game model, but the thick, rubbery visor over her eyes distorts her features at certain angles. Paint is clean and vibrant, and while the power core in her chest is not a separate piece, it actually looks like it's glowing because of how blue it is. Strangely, Hasbro decided it was important to paint her two tiny earrings, but couldn't be bothered to touch the more noticeable details on her backpack. The figure has a wide range of motion, especially in the legs, allowing you to put Tracer in running, jumping, and even sitting positions. In contrast, standing without a brace can be a problem because the ankles do not tilt to the sides and the shins are bowed like crazy. You will definitely need a figure stand to pull off signature poses. All in all, Hasbro's Tracer is a nice figure, and even manages to bring a few things to the table that her Figma counterpart missed.
yes: I recommend this product