Bushiroad to produce Palverse figures of Persona 3 hero Yukari and Junpei
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Bushiroad Will Produce Persona 3 and 5 PalVerse Figures

Characters from Atlus’ Persona 3 and 5 series will get new chibi figures courtesy of Bushiroad. The latter has announced that it will produce new PalVerse and PalVerse Pale figures based on Persona 3 Reload and Persona 5 Tactica.

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Bushiroad made the announcement via its Japanese X account dedicated to hobby products. The company first revealed the plans to produce PalVerse figures of Persona 3 Reload characters. This lineup will consist of the game’s nameable protagonist, Yukari Takeba, Junpei Iori, Akihiko Sanada, Mitsuru Kirijo, and Aigis.

The company also made a separate announcement for the PalVerse Pale figure of Persona 3 Reload‘s protagonist. While the above regular PalVerse figures will simply appear on their own, PalVerse Pale will add a palette-shaped base with paint effects.

In addition, Bushiroad also revealed plans to produce PalVerse Pales for the Persona 5 Tactica version of Joker, as well as the title debutant Erina—who is alternatively known in Japan as Elle.

There have been many chibi figures modeled after characters from the Persona series—especially the third, fourth, and fifth mainline entries. Good Smile Company had earlier released Nendoroids of Persona 5 characters. The company also revealed QSet+ figures featuring protagonists of the three aforementioned entries.

The PalVerse and PalVerse Pale figures of characters from Persona 3 Reload and Persona 5 Tactica are under production. Bushiroad will announce the release dates for the figures at a later time.

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