NieR Automata A2 2B 9S casual attire merchandise by Don Quijote
Image courtesy of Medicos and Square Enix

NieR Automata Don Quijote Goods Put Characters in Casual Clothes

Medicos revealed that it will release a new lineup of NieR Automata merchandise of characters at Don Quijote store outlets across Japan in mid-July 2024. These new items will feature the anime versions of A2, 2B, and 9S in casual attire.

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The items’ prices will range from ¥880 (~$5.50) to ¥7,700 (~$48). The highlights of the lineup go to the tapestry posters, which will be available in two sizes: B2 and the characters’ real-world heights.

Here is the complete list of items, along with their prices in Japanese yen:

  • Big acrylic stand: ¥1,650
  • B2-sized tapestry: ¥3,850
  • Acrylic keychain: ¥880
  • Tin badge set: ¥1,320 for all three badges
  • Acrylic diorama set: ¥3,850
  • Life-sized character tapestry: ¥7,700
  • T-shirt: ¥2,750
  • Clear file set: ¥990 for all three files

Here’s how the NieR: Automata characters look in the designs:

In addition, Don Quijote will distribute a random illustration card for every ¥2,000 made on a single receipt. The card will feature either A2, 2B, 9S, or even all three of them for the lucky receivers. Medicos also promised that it will put up the items for online sale via its own web store in the near future.

The new NieR Automata anime merchandise collection will be available at select Don Quijote outlets across Japan in limited stocks starting from July 13, 2024.

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