New NieR Automata Pop Up Parade figures based on anime Ver1-1a
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3 NieR Automata Anime Pop Up Parade Figures Revealed

Good Smile Company has opened pre-orders for its upcoming Pop Up Parade figures of 2B and 9S from the NieR Automata Ver1.1a anime. People residing in the United States and Canada can place their orders on Good Smile Online Shop US, while those living elsewhere worldwide can head to the Japanese international web store. The figures will be available separately with the same price tag of ¥5,500 / $33.99.

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As with other prior entries in the Pop Up Parade line, these non-scale figures will be completely static without any movable or swappable body parts. 2B’s figure will have an approximate height of 170mm (6.69in). Meanwhile, 9S’s figure will be slightly shorter at around 160mm (6.30in).

Here are some of the sample images for both figures:

2B and 9S will not be the only characters to have new Pop Up Parade figures made after them. Good Smile Company also revealed that it will add A2 to the lineup. However, the latter will need more time as the company has yet to finish painting her figure.

A teaser image of A2’s unpainted figure prototype is available to view via Good Smile Company’s official X account:

Good Smile Company will close the pre-order window for the 2B and 9S Pop Up Parade figures based on the Nier Automata Ver1.1a anime on July 10, 2024. As a side note, the anime’s second cour is also slated to start airing on July 5, 2024. The company will start shipping the figures from Japan in November 2024 and North America in Q2 2025.

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