Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud Strife Gets A New Bring Arts Figure For His Kingdom Hearts Form In July 2019

By Sato . January 23, 2019 . 3:00pm

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Square Enix is releasing a new Bring Arts action figure for Final Fantasy VII protagonist Cloud Strife, based on his Kingdom Hearts illustration by Tetsuya Nomura. Pre-orders are now live with a release this July.

Final Fantasy Bring Arts Cloud Strife Another Form Variant

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We have recreated the characteristics of Cloud’s face and the saturation of the colors on his clothing, based on Tetsuya Nomura’s illustration. The pauldron on his left shoulder and the armor on his hips are designed so that they won’t interfere with the range of motion, in order to allow for more dynamic posing action. Additionally, fine textural details are apparent on his cape and the bandages wrapped around his buster sword.

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Not only can the cape on Cloud’s left shoulder be swapped with a wing, but the accessories included are quite robust, as it comes with the buster sword and a total of four interchangeable hands. You’ll enjoy an amazing variety of poses, in any situation in this figure.

The figure measures W 4.33” x D 3.54” x H 7.09” and includes the extra accessories shown in the above images. The Final Fantasy Bring Arts Cloud Strife Another Form Variant releases in July 2019. It is priced $89.99 and is currently available for 10% off at $80.99 on the Square Enix Store.

As a side note, the “Square Enix Limited Version” is the exact same figure as the standard version, except it comes with an additional interchangeable face part, sculpted with Cloud’s eyes closed.

Final Fantasy VII first released in Japan on January 31, 1997 on PlayStation. Its remake is in development for PlayStation 4. In case you missed it, we recently got a look at a few other Bring Arts figures from NieR: Automata coming this July as well.



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