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New QSet+ Figures Focus on Persona Protagonists

Good Smile Company has opened up pre-orders of QSet+ figures for the Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5 Protagonists. Pre-orders will close on May 29, 2024.

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Each figure costs 2500 JPY, or $15.99. Those in Japan will get it some time in October 2024. Meanwhile, those in North America will get it in Q1 2025. As a reminder, due to licensing restrictions, Good Smile Company only ships to Canada and the United States.

QSet+ figures are small, using a chibi design, and stand at around 80 millimeters in height. They usually include a diorama based on or inspired by the series they come from. In the case of the Persona Protagonists, the QSet+ figures feature them sitting in chairs that are a dark purple color. This is likely a reference to the Velvet Room, in which the characters will sit while conducting business with Igor.

As a note, the Persona 3 Protagonist will use his design from Portable. There are minor differences between the original version and the one in Reload. He has his signature headphones around his neck, whereas the Persona 5 Protagonist is holding a pair of handcuffs. The Persona 4 Golden Protagonist is sitting while leaning his cheek against his hand. He doesn’t have his glasses on.

The Persona Protagonists QSet+ figures are available for pre-order until May 29, 2024.

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