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Persona 5 Royal Loki Figure Will Return in a Lottery

Megahouse will open up a lottery for a Game Characters Collection DX figure of Loki from Persona 5 Royal. The figure costs 31,900 JPY ($203.45) and is a re-release of a figure from 2023. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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You can apply for the Persona 5 Royal Loki figure lottery via Premium Bandai. As a note, you need to be in Japan in order to use Premium Bandai, whether it’s to access certain pages or to put an order. The lottery will run from May 31 to June 17, 2024. The results of the lottery will come out in mid-June 2024, which will also be when the figure comes out. Since not everyone will get the chance to buy the figure, you only need to pay the 31,900 JPY if you win the lottery.

The Persona 5 Royal Loki figure stands at around 300 millimeters, including the left hand he’s holding in the air. Loki’s stand is a combination of Laevateinn and Loki’s aura. The figure captures details like Loki’s braid, as well as the hypnotic spiral-like design all over Loki’s body. 

While Loki has been a frequent Persona or demon in the Persona and Shin Megami Tensei series, Loki as he appears in Persona 5 has a somewhat different design due to him being the personal Persona of Goro Akechi. Unlike the traditional Ice Loki from previous series, Akechi’s can use Almighty and Curse magic, as well as cover a wide range of utility, such as using Debilitate to debuff the enemy.

Persona 5 Royal is readily available for the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Nintendo Switch, and Windows PC.

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