Metal Gear Solid Cyborg Ninja final battle statue
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Metal Gear Solid Cyborg Ninja Final Battle Figure Pre-Orders Open

Konami and Gecco opened pre-orders for the new scaled figure depicting the Metal Gear Solid Cyborg Ninja, Frank “Gray Fox” Jaeger, during his final battle at Shadow Moses. People living anywhere worldwide can place an order for $359.99. The 1/6 scale statue will stand at around 300 mm (~11.81 inches).

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Gecco had previously released a statue of the Cyborg Ninja with the same scale in 2019. While the previous version depicted the character in his complete form, this new version will replicate the moment right after he took a hit from Metal Gear REX during the decisive battle at Shadow Moses. As a side note, Kotobukiya’s 1/100 scale model kit of Metal Gear REX also includes a miniature figure of the Cyborg Ninja that lets the owner replicate the same event.

The Final Battle edition will show extensive damage to the Cyborg Ninja’s left side. Other than the damage to the helmet and Gray Fox’s face, this statue will also depict the complete lack of his left arm.

Here are some of the sample images for the new statue:

This scaled statue is inspired by the final battle sequence in the 1998 PlayStation game Metal Gear Solid. In October 2023, Konami released the Metal Gear Solid Master Collection Vol. 1 compilation that includes this game on the PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

Gecco will release the Metal Gear Solid Cyborg Ninja -The Final Battle Edition- 1/6 scale figure between August 2024 and October 2024.

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