NieR Automata anime Ichiban Kuji lottery prizes
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NieR Automata Anime Ichiban Kuji Prize Samples Revealed

Bandai Spirits revealed an almost complete lineup of sample images of its Ichiban Kuji lottery prizes from the NieR: Automata Ver1.1a anime. The lottery will launch in late June 2024, and its prizes will range from acrylic stands and decorative plates to illustration boards and figures. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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The company had previously published a teaser for the lottery in late February 2024. While it did announce the full prize lineup, it only shared images for three out of the nine prizes back then.

Figures of NieR: Automata‘s central character 2B will be the main highlights in this lottery. A full figure of 2B will be available in the highest A prize tier, and Bandai Spirits will also offer an unmasked version of the figure to the person who draws the last entry at one of the available outlets. An ArtScale bust figure of the same character will appear as the B-tier prize. People will also have more chances to get the latter by joining the Double Chance Campaign that runs until September 30, 2024.

With around a month left until the lottery’s launch, Bandai Spirits has shared sample images for most of the remaining prizes. The only items the company has still yet to reveal are three “secret” entries in the acrylic stands for the G Prize, which has a total of 14 available designs.

The Ichiban Kuji lottery featuring items from the NieR Automata Ver1.1a anime adaptation will launch on June 29, 2024. A ticket in this lottery will cost 800 yen (~$5.10).

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