Final Fantasy VII FFVII Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockhart Bring Arts return without NFT
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FFVII Cloud and Tifa Bring Arts Figures Return Without NFT Certificates

Square Enix revealed that it will restock the Bring Arts action figures of Final Fantasy VII leads Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockhart but without the NFT certificates. Pre-orders for the new batch are immediately available on the Japanese Square Enix e-Store. Both action figures will be available at the same price of 13,200 yen (~$87).

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Square Enix originally revealed Cloud’s Bring Arts figure in July 2022. Tifa’s action figure followed later together with Aerith in September 2022. These Final Fantasy VII items sparked controversy for featuring NFT in the form of digital certificates, even in their regular releases. Back then, Square Enix also offered a Digital Plus edition that included additional NFT featuring an AR version of the figure.

When Square Enix revealed more FFVII Bring Arts action figures featuring Yuffie, Vincent, Cid, and Cait Sith in February 2024, it made no mention of such certificates at all. And when the company announced the restocks for the earlier figures via the e-Store’s official X account, it added a fine print noting that the products will not include digital genuine product certificates. That means these re-releases of Cloud and Tifa’s Bring Arts figures will not have any NFT.

The Final Fantasy VII Bring Arts action figures of Cloud Strife and Tifa Lockhart will be available again on July 27, 2024.

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