Kingdom Hearts Bring Arts figures Aqua Ventus Terra

Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Aqua and Terra Pre-Orders Open

Square Enix has revealed more Bring Arts Kingdom Hearts III action figures, including those of Birth by Sleep‘s Aqua and Terra. Pre-orders of these figures are now available in not only Japan, but also the US Square Enix Store. [Thanks, 4Gamer!]

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You can check out the new figures in more detail below:

Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Aqua

Aqua will receive a new figure based on her appearance in Kingdom Hearts III. Her figure comes with two more head sculpts with different facial expressions, as well as the Master’s Defender Keyblade and five alternate hand parts.

The Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Aqua figure is currently available for pre-order with a 10% discount at $85.49. Her figure will be released in March 2021 with a regular retail price of $94.99.

Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Terra

Terra’s figure will complete the trio that made its gameplay debut in the aforementioned Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep. The figure will come with four types of hand parts and two other head sculpts; one of them has different hair and eye colors. The set will also come with two Keyblades; one of them will be the Earthshaker Keyblade.

The Kingdom Hearts III Bring Arts Terra figure will retail at $104.99 and launch in July 2021.

Ventus’ Bring Arts figure was revealed earlier and will be available soon in October 2020.

Kingdom Hearts Bring Arts Sora Riku

Other than Aqua and Terra, Square Enix also announced Ver. 2 figures of Sora and Riku that will be released in March 2021 and April 2021, respectively. These new versions will come with new head sculpts and new accessories that did not exist in their previous versions. Sora’s new figure will have the Nano Gear and Starlight Keyblade, while Riku Ver. 2 will come with the Way to the Dawn Keyblade.

Kingdom Hearts III launched worldwide on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in January 2019. The latest game in the series, Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, is a rhythm spin-off game that will be released on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch on November 13, 2020. Tetsuya Nomura also recently talked about the future of the KH series.


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