Identity V Figures Photographer Bloody Queen

Identity V Figures Will Feature Bloody Queen and Photographer

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Beast Kingdom will create figures of Identity V hunters Bloody Queen and Photographer. The figures will come with backgrounds that represent their abilities and they stand at approximately 16 centimeters tall. The Japanese Identity V Twitter announced that they will reveal release dates and prices in the future. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The two Identity V hunters stand in front of a European arch. Behind the curtain, you can see the outline of Bloody Queen’s mirror. She also holds her weapon in her hand. Photographer poses with photographs of Survivors, similar to his special gimmick in-game. Both Bloody Queen and Photographer are in their default skins for these figures, which are being made in commemoration of Identity V’s third anniversary.

The Photographer and Bloody Queen are fairly popular characters in Identity V. They are among the miniature figures from Good Smile Company that are available for purchase until June 16, 2021. As of the time of writing, Photographer has accumulated almost 4 million votes on the global server in the current Deduction Star event. Meanwhile, Bloody Queen already won Deduction Star 2020 and got a special movie-inspired skin. Bloody Queen’s Deduction skin is Scarlett and it is based off of Scarlett O’Hara’s dress from Gone With The Wind.

The Beast Kingdom’s Identity V figures for Photographer and Bloody Queen do not yet have a set release date or sales price. There is also no news about whether they will be available overseas. More details will appear in the future. Identity V is readily available on mobile devices and Windows PC.

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