People Can Vote on the Snow Miku 2023 Design Now

People Can Vote on the Snow Miku 2023 Design Now

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Good Smile Company announced people can now vote in the Snow Miku 2023 Outfit Design Poll. The company opens up voting to allow folks to choose which piece of art will eventually be turned into a Hatsune Miku Nendoroid and figma. As with previous years, six designs.

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Each year, there’s a different kind of theme to the entries. For 2023, there’s a winter sky motif that results in things like balloons, clouds, and wings showing up. Each design shows how Miku and her rabbit mascot Yukine would potentially look. People are allowed to only vote once.

Here’s a gallery looking at all six options.

The 2022 Snow Miku figure featured a winter ocean design. Detsu’s design, which made Hatsune Miku look like a ship captain, was the winner.

As for Hatsune Miku games, there are currently two relatively new ones available. One is Hatsune Miku: Colorful Stage. It’s a rhythm game people can find on mobile devices worldwide. The other is Hatsune Miku Jigsaw Puzzle, which is on the Switch eShop in every region.

People can vote in the Snow Miku 2023 Outfit Design Poll until April 11, 2022. When Magical Mirai 10th Anniversary is held, the winning design will be revealed. Magical Mirai 10th Anniversary will be held August 12-14, 2022 in Osaka, September 2-4, 2022 in Tokyo, and February 4-5, 2022 in Sapporo.

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