Nendoroid Levi from Attack on Titan

Attack on Titan Levi Nendoroid to Release For the Third Time

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Another chance to obtain the Attack on Titan Levi Nendoroid is now available. Good Smile Company has opened a new batch of pre-orders for the popular character’s Nendoroid. The pre-order period is open from May 26, 2021 to June 9, 2021, with the figure costing $52.99. Delivery of the Nendoroid will begin in December 2021.

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Levi’s Nendoroid originally released in June 2014. Good Smile previously re-released the figure in January 2018. This current batch the second re-release, and the third overall release for the popular Nendoroid. The figure will come with two alternate facial expressions, attachable Vertical Maneuvering equipment, and Levi’s signature Survey Corps cape.

On its official Twitter account, Good Smile Company revealed that Levi is the second of the most requested Nendoroid re-release from the Nendoroid Select ’21 poll. The first honor went to Zero Two from Darling in the Franxx. Zero Two’s Nendoroid, originally released in December 2018, will get the first re-release in Japan in September 2021 and North America in October 2021.

Pre-orders for the third release of Nendoroid Levi, available for $52.99, are immediately available until June 9, 2021. The finished product will appear in Japan in November 2021 and North America in December 2021. Good Smile Company is also currently working on new Nendoroids from other titles, including ArknightsPersona 4, and NieR Replicant.

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