Mega Man Zero merchandise from Cap Kuji Online
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Mega Man Zero Online Kuji Lottery Prize Items Revealed

Capcom has opened a new Online Kuji lottery that rewards merchandise from the Mega Man Zero series. People can head to Cap Kuji Online to place their orders.

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A single attempt in this lottery costs 880 yen (~$5.60), but one can make ten attempts at once to have one of them for free at just 7,920 yen. When Capcom is ready to ship the prizes in October 2024, it can pack up to 20 items in a single domestic delivery package that costs 660 yen.

Here is the complete prize list of the lottery:

  • S Prize: Big Capcorom Plush of Zero
  • A Prize: Tapestry (8 variations)
  • B Price: Acrylic Panel (5 variations)
  • C Prize: Acrylic Stand (7 variations)
  • D Prize: Micro Fiber Cloth (7 variations)
  • E Prize: Cyber Elf Badges (35 variations)

Capcom has also launched an additional sweepstake on the social media platform X. Japanese residents who have an account on the platform can follow @Capcom_capkuji and repost the specified tweet to join. Two lucky winners will each be able to receive a complete set of all eight character tapestries from the A prize tier.

Mega Man Zero Cap Kuji Online merchandise lineup
Image courtesy of Capcom

The Mega Man Zero series was originally available on Game Boy Advance. Capcom has since compiled all four games in the series, along with the Nintendo DS entries Mega Man ZX and Mega Man ZX Advent, as Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection. The compilation is readily available worldwide on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

Capcom will end the purchase and sweepstake periods for the Mega Man Zero Online Kuji lottery on May 31, 2024. The company will ship the prizes in the first half of October 2024.

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