NieR Automata anime figures by Proof
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Proof Reveals Its NieR Automata 2B and 9S Figures

More new figures of 2B and 9S from NieR Automata are coming, courtesy of Proof. The Japanese company has opened pre-orders for the figures based on the Ver1.1a anime adaptation on multiple web stores. One of them is AmiAmi, which supports shipments to almost all countries worldwide except Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, and Cuba. [Thanks, Hobby Watch!]

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Each figure will be available separately with the same MSRP of 27,720 yen (~$172), although some of the storefronts offer additional discounts. Both figures will have a 1/7 scale with the same total height of around 31 cm (12.2 inches)—which also factors in the sets’ props.

The character figures will be mostly static with no movable body parts. However, Proof will also include an alternate swappable head part that shows the character’s full unmasked face in anime style.

Here are some of the sample images for both new figures:

There have been many other figures based on the same NieR Automata characters released beforehand, and even more new ones are under production. Square Enix will release multiple versions of Form-ism figures of 9S and A2 in September 2024. Meanwhile, Good Smile Company revealed in June 2024 that it has started working on new figmas and static figures of 2B and A2.

The new NieR Automata Ver1.1a figures of 2B and 9S by Proof will be available in December 2024.

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