FFVII Remake Aerith Adorable Arts Figure Is Predictably Cute

Square Enix’s Adorable Arts figure line, dedicated to cute versions of iconic characters, will add Aerith from FFVII to its ranks. This will be a small figure based on her FFVII Remake appearance. It is expected to ship on August 26, 2023 in Japan and December 2023 in North America. She costs 7,480円/$74.99.

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While this is a static figure, someone can change its pose slightly. There are two heads you can swap between. One features her smiling, while her eyes are closed in the other. She also has two sets of arms. In one, she’s holding her staff. In the other, it looks like she’s praying.

Here’s a closer look at this version of Aerith.

The Adorable Arts Aerith figure isn’t the only cute take on a FFVII Remake cast member. The first one in this line is Cloud. Like Aerith, he costs $74.99. That one is expected to appear in North America in September 2023.

This is the second figure to be revealed on FFVII Day. The first was a Play Arts Kai Zack Fair based on his Crisis Core appearance.

The FFVII Remake Adorable Arts Aerith figure will appear in Japan on August 26, 2023 and in North America in December 2023. Final Fantasy VII Remake is available on the PS4, PS5, and PC.


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