Four of the film's leads will receive 12-inch Titan Hero Tech figures, which retail for $20 and come with assorted electronic features.
Additionally, one Titan Hero figure will stand taller than the rest of the oversized figures. The Titan Hero Tech Hulkbuster Iron Man will retail for $35.
The 2.5-inch figure line features a number of playsets that can combine to form a version of Avengers Tower. This includes the Hulkbuster Breakout Set ($20):
There's also a fleet of Ultron minions that Hasbro has dubbed "the Sub-Ultrons." These figures can recombine and form larger mechanical threats. Each one of these "sub-Ultrons" will come packaged with a different hero and retail for $6:
Don Cheadle may play a bigger role than just party guest in the film, if this War Machine & Captain America 2.5-inch Deluxe Figure Set ($10) is to be believed. It depicts Rhodey decked out in his War Machine duds again, hinting that the hero may ditch his Iron Patriot moniker in the sequel:
All of these sets -- Hulkbuster Breakout, Captain America Tower Defense, Iron Man Lab Attack and Cycle Blast Quinjet -- apparently join together to form the Avengers HQ playset.
The article notes that if figures for Quicksilver, Scarlet Witch and the Vision are planned, they have not been revealed yet. Black Widow is the lone original Avenger to not have a figure -- you can spot Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Hulk and Nick Fury in the various shots featured above.
The first wave of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" figures arrive in stores in April. "Age of Ultron" hits theaters on May 1.