Pre-orders Open for Hololive Vtuber Ookami Mio’s Nendoroid

Pre-orders Open for Hololive Vtuber Ookami Mio’s Nendoroid

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Good Smile Company opened pre-orders for the next Hololive Vtuber figure, and it is a Nendoroid of Ookami Mio. She will appear in December 2022 in Japan. After that, she is expected to appear in February 2023 in North America. She’ll cost $60.99/¥6,100. Pre-orders are open now. However, she is classified as a “limited production” item. This means her pre-orders could sell out before the planned end date.

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Her reveal showed a number of her accessories. She’ll have two smiling faceplates, one with her eyes open and another closed, and one that makes her look like she’s exasperated and scolding someone. You can pose her so she’s laying a ukelele. She comes with a tarot card to hold and fried chicken to “eat.” Finally, you can attack an optional sweat drop to her head to adjust her expression.

Here’s a closer look at the figure.

People will also be able to get a friend for her. As well as being a part of Hololive Gamers, Mio and Shirakami Fubuki often appear in other projects from the company together. For example they appear in the Hololive Alternative Holonometria stories. They also released a duet called “Wakuwaku Everyday.” Ahead of Mio’s Nendoroid debut, one showed up for Fubuki. Their Pop Up Parade figure pre-orders also went live at the same time and are expected to appear in Japan in June 2022.

The Ookami Mio Nendoroid will appear in Japan in December 2022 and North America in February 2023, and pre-orders will be open for the Hololive figure until May 11, 2022. However, as it is a limited production item, Good Smile Company could run out before that date.

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