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Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020

Some of the extra whimsical Final Fantasy VII retro figures are heading westward. Square Enix revealed it will likely be releasing the polygonal set of eight figures based mostly on the unique PlayStation sport worldwide in August 2020. The blind field set of eight is up for preorder for $64 on the Square Enix Store

These had been first proven as prototypes at Tokyo Game Show 2019. Here’s the tweet revealing the eight Final Fantasy VII retro figures, all of which characteristic prominently in Final Fantasy VII Remake. The tallest within the group is Barret, at 2.6”, and Red XIII is the shortest at 1.4”.

【局所的に話題】「FINALFANTASY VII REMAKE 発売記念くじ(仮称)」のミニフィギュアなどがTGS2019で初公開!https://t.co/7PkKxQNjvn#FF7R #TGS2019 pic.twitter.com/8xzgovOYHN

— 電撃ホビーウェブ (@hobby_magazine) September 12, 2019

Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020
Final Fantasy VII Retro Figures Bring Your Blocky Buddies Back in August 2020


There are eight figures and one “Chaser” determine on this set. Unfortunately, shopping for a field of eight doesn’t assure you’ll get a full set with Aerith, Barret, Cloud, Red XIII, Reno, Sephiroth, and Tifa. It simply means you’re going to get eight bins with one of many random characters in it.

Also, as is frequent with merchandise like this, physical copies of Final Fantasy VII Remake, and the Final Fantasy VII Remake soundtrack, Square Enix has a warning that issues won’t launch and ship on schedule. It being an import merchandise, which might get caught up in customs. Also, with the state of shipments generally throughout the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, launch dates might change.

The Final Fantasy VII retro figures can be launched within the west in August 2020 and are instantly out there in Japan. Final Fantasy VII Remake will come to the PlayStation Four on April 10, 2020.

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