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Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Kuji Includes Cloud and Tifa Figures

A kuji lottery for merchandise of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will open up sales from March 2, 2024. It’ll cost 880 JPY ($5.85) each attempt and there will be eight variations of prizes in total. [Thanks, Inside Games!]

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Here is the full line-up of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth kuji prizes:

  • A Prize: Cloud figure
  • B Prize: Midgar tourism guide
  • C Prize: Final Fantasy VII Chiptune Arrangement Tracks
  • D Prize: Miniature figures (7)
  • E Prize: Towels
  • F Prize: Rubber keyholder
  • G: Prize: Miniature figure
  • End Prize: Tifa figure
  • Entertainment Chance Campaign: Miniature figure

Both the Cloud and the Tifa figures look like they’re in the middle of using their Limit Breaks. Meanwhile, the Midgar tourism guidebook introduces the various locales that you can visit. There are also stickers of various sponsors, including Loveless and Shinra. The chiptune arrangement CD will have seven tracks on it, and finally, all of the miniature figures take after the original Final Fantasy VII designs for all the characters.

The Final Fantasy VII Rebirth kuji will be available in various stores in Japan. Examples of where to find them include at Lawson, HMV, United Cinema, and the official Square Enix stores. Those who wish to purchase these items outside of Japan may need to use a proxy service.

Final Fantasy VII Rebirth will come out on February 29, 2024 for the PS5. The console exclusivity arrangement will end on May 29, 2024.

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