Fate/Grand Order Summer BB figure

Fate/Grand Order Summer BB Will Get Two Scale Figures

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Good Smile Company will release two 1/7 scale figures based on BB (Summer) from Fate/Grand Order. Both BBs will cost 20,680 JPY/$196.99 USD. Pre-orders open from April 9 to May 20, 2021. The BB figure will ship out in November 2021 for Japan and December 2021 for North America. The Devilish Flawless Skin scale figure will ship in January 2022 for Japan and February 2022 for North America. Due to licensing restrictions, they will only ship to Canada and the United States.

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The sculpting of the Moon Cancer/BB (2nd Ascension) scale figure shows off her abs, as well as her detailed outfit. There are a lot of small details in this figure, such as the stars and ribbons in her long hair.

Here are more pictures showing off the Good Smile Company’s Moon Cancer/BB scale figure:

The “Devilish Flawless Skin” version of the Moon Cancer/BB figure has a more mischievous expression. In addition, she holds in her hand a wooden plaque that reads: “The end of the line is over here.” It’s similar to signs that employees at conventions might hold at particularly busy booths.

Here are some more pictures of the “Devilish Flawless Skin” figure:

Good Smile Company is releasing other pieces of Fate/Grand Order merchandise soon. The Consort Yu and Xiang Yu Nendoroids will also ship out in November 2021, and another 1/7 scale based on Semiramis will appear in 2022.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices, and the BB (Summer) scale figures will close pre-orders on May 20, 2021.

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