More Genshin Impact Chibigurumi Character Plush About to Appear

More Genshin Impact Chibigurumi Character Plush About to Appear

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The next wave of Genshin Impact Chibigurumi plush characters are about to appear in Japan. Banpresto is about to release ones of Albedo, Ganyu, Klee, and Xiao. They will appear in Japanese arcades as prizes. They are expected to show up in arcades on January 20, 2022. [Thanks, Aitai Kuji!]

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Each of these Genshin Impact Chibigurumi plush characters will be about four inches tall. They’ll hang from a metal ball chain keychain. They’re made entirely of fabric. Each person is wearing their default costume in game. The two Mondstadt representatives are the Geo sword-user Albedo and Pyro catalyst-wielder Klee. Both Ganyu and Xiao come from Liyue. She’s a Cryo archer, while he’s an Anemo polearm-bearer.

They appear as two of the characters are available again in-game. The Xiao rerun-banner helped kick off the 2.4 update on January 5, 2022. On January 25, 2022, Ganyu will return in her rerun banner.

This is the third collection of Genshin Impact Chibigurumi plush characters. The first two “volumes” appeared in November 2021. However, they also appeared out of order. Volume 2, which included Aether, Childe (Tartaglia), Fischl, and Zhongli, showed up on November 11, 2021 in Japan. Then on November 25, 2021, Diluc, Kaeya, Lumine, and Venti appeared as part of Volume 1.

The Albedo, Ganyu, Klee, and Xiao plushes from Banpresto will appear in Japan starting January 20, 2022.

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