Final Fantasy VII Cloud And Sephiroth Figures Revealed
One of the most talked about games during this past E3 was the upcoming Final Fantasy VII remake. The new trailer for the project excited many with its first look at Tifa in action, as well as the return of the one-winged angel Sephiroth himself. With a confirmed March release date next year, anticipation for the remake is at an all time high, but that still leaves many months left before players will return to the adventure with Cloud and friends. Thankfully, some new Cloud and Sephiroth figures by Square Enix will hopefully help ease the pain of waiting.
Square Enix recently unveiled their new Cloud and Sephiroth figures on their official website. The figures are being released as a part of the Bring Arts line, which acts as a sort of smaller and slightly cheaper version of the Play Kai Arts line of figures. The Sephiroth figure is the newest addition, which has been made available for pre-order at a sale price of $80.99 ahead of its December release. The figure is based on Tetsuya Nomura’s original artwork and even comes with interchangeable hands and a head.
Releasing next month is the Cloud figure, which is based on the hero’s look in the Kingdom Hearts series. Referred to as “Another Form,” this version of Cloud wears a tattered cape and bandaged sword, and has interchangeable normal and armored hands. These figures are all lovingly crafted and will provide a worthwhile amount of distraction until the Final Fantasy VII Remake arrives next March.
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