Elden Ring Figuarts Mini

Elden Ring Melina and Raging Wolf Figuarts Mini Announced

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Bandai Spirits will release Elden Ring Figuarts Mini figures of Melina and the Raging Wolf. Pre-orders for the Figuarts Mini figures will begin on May 26, 2022, with each figure costing 2,970 yen (about $23). The Elden Ring Melina and Raging Wolf Figuarts Mini figures will release sometime in October 2022. [Thanks, figsoku!]

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Bandai Spirits has also released a video showcasing the figures. The figures will come with additional parts, which will allow for more dynamic poses. The video provides a look into the detail each figure will have. The Raging Wolf figure is especially detailed, as it very closely resembles the in-game set of armor.

You can watch the Elden Ring Melina and Raging Wolf Figuarts Mini video below.

You can take a look at both Figuarts Mini figures below.


Consumers will also be able to get their hands on other Elden Ring figures. The Raging Wolf will receive a Good Smile Company figma. A prototype of the figma was revealed in February 2022 at WonHobby 35. This included a look at the sculpting of the figma, as well as the various accessories it will have, such as a sword and shield. However, it did not include what the Raging Wolf figma will look like when colored.

Elden Ring is available for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC.

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