Nier Automata 2B 2P statue

NieR: Automata 2B 2P 1/4 Scale Statue Will Cost Over $1,000

Square Enix will release a 1/4 scale Masterline statue of 2B from NieR: Automata based on her 2P alternate color scheme. The statue will have an approximate height of 52.2 cm or 21.7 inches. It will cost over 100,000 yen in Japan and over $1,000 in the U.S.

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The statue’s package will come with an alternate head. One of them will show 2B’s full face, while the other will have a white eye cover. The owner will be able to swap the heads to their liking.

This figure will appear first in December 2022 in Japan, where it costs 121,000 yen. The item is also available for pre-order in North America with a price tag of $1,150 and an April 2023 release window.

The high price tag reflects the statue’s larger size and greater detail than other 2B figures and statuettes revealed previously. In June 2022, Square Enix revealed Flare’s eleven-inch 2B figure that costs under $200. The company also shipped seven-inch-tall statuettes of NieR: Automata‘s 2B in her regular and 2P colors in early 2022.

NieR: Automata is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Square Enix has sold more than 6.5 million units of the game as of June 2022. The company will release a Nintendo Switch port on October 6, 2022. It is also working with Aniplex to produce an anime adaptation of the title.


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