Final Fantasy Record Keeper Terra Cloud Lightning sprite lights
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Final Fantasy Terra, Cloud, and Lightning Sprite Lights Revealed

Square Enix opened pre-orders for new pixel art lights modeled after character sprites from Final Fantasy Record Keeper. The lineup will consist of Final Fantasy XIII‘s Lightning, Cloud Strife from Final Fantasy VII, and Final Fantasy VI‘s Terra Branford (who is alternatively known in Japan as Tina Branford).

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These products will be based on character sprites from Final Fantasy Record Keeper, the Android and iOS mobile game that launched in Japan in September 2014 and is still ongoing in the country as of early 2024. Square Enix previously launched a global version in 2015, but it shut the latter down in September 2022.

The pixel art lights will have varying heights and widths based on each character sprite, but they will be around 100 mm (~3.94 inches) tall on average. All items will have the same depth at 32 mm (~1.26 inches) and a price tag of 3,520 yen (~$23.50).

Here are the sample images for the Final Fantasy sprite lights in isometric view:

Japanese game companies have been selling lights based on pixel sprites of video game characters. In October 2023, Bandai revealed a sprite light modeled after Kirby from the SNES game Kirby Super Star, which it eventually released in January 2024.

The Final Fantasy Record Keeper sprite lights of Cloud Strife, Terra Branford, and Lightning will be available on June 15, 2024.

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