Mass Effect Garrus Body Pillow Available For Purchase
The video game world has many passionate fandoms, with one of the most passionate being the Mass Effect fan community. The N7 fans have remained passionate for the series, even during a long hiatus of new games or updates on the series’s continuation. Given the series’s nature of romance options, fans have tended to fixate on particular characters and herald them as the person or alien of their dreams. One such character has been Garrus, who has been given the usual treatment of action figures and plush toys. Now, a Garrus body pillow has been made available for sale to these particular fans.
— BioWare Gear Store (@BioWareGear) April 1, 2021
As reported by Game Informer, EA recently once again made the Garrus body pillow open for purchase. The body pillow had previously been an April Fool’s joke made by BioWare and EA, but then later made the body pillow a reality in 2019. Now, it has been revived just in time for this week’s April Fool’s day.
It should be noted, that the product is only a case and that fans who purchase the Garrus body pillow case will need to buy the actual plush pillow itself separately. The pillow case is double-sided, with one side showing the Turian lying on his back and another showing Garrus resting on his side. The body pillow is available for pre-order right now on the BioWare store for $34.99, with two waves of availability for the product. Wave 1 has already ended, but wave 2 is reading for shipment sometime in May later this year. This is a must-have item for die-hard Mass Effect fans, especially for those wishing that Garrus Vakarian could gently spoon them during those lonesome nights.
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