NieR: Automata Is Getting 2B And Machine Lifeform Figures By Bring Arts

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Square Enix revealed prototype figures for NieR: Automata that is currently being made by their Bring Arts line of figures. It features protagonist 2B and Machine Lifeform (Small Stubby).

 

Square Enix’s official goods Twitter account shared photos of the prototype models that are being shown at San Diego Comic-Con 2017:

 

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The 2B figure comes with a sword, different parts, and a Pod. The Machine Lifeform comes with a bucket. The release date and pricing for the NieR: Automata figure set of 2B and Machine Lifeform has yet to be announced.

 

NieR: Automata is available on PlayStation 4 and PC.


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