Saber Alter Gets a Kimono Statue to Commemorate Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Spring Song

Fate/Stay Night Heaven's Feel Saber Alter Statue

Saber Alter will receive her very own figurine to commemorate the release of Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Spring Song. This variant statue features Saber Alter (or Salter, as some fans call her) in a kimono. Preorders for this special figurine will open on March 26, 2020. The deadline for preorders is June 10, 2020. [Thanks, Famitsu!]

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This variant is based on an illustration by Takashi Takeuchi, co-founder of TYPE-MOON and character designer. If fans preorder the deluxe edition, they will also receive a wall scroll featuring said illustration. This figure by itself comes at a whopping price of ¥21,818 (or around $200), while the deluxe version is ¥24,091 (or $230).

You can check out pictures of this special Fate/Stay Night statue below.

Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Spring Song is the latest movie in the Fate/Stay Night chronology. Fate/Stay Night has become part of a multi-million dollar franchise since its beginnings as a visual novel. The visual novel tells the story of highschoolers Shirou Emiya and Rin Tohsaka during the events of one of the numerous Holy Grail Wars that take place in the Fate series. This film will premiere in North America on April 17, 2020.

Fate/Stay Night has also spawned the popular app game, Fate/Grand Order. This mobile game puts the player character in the shoes of a member of the Chaldea society. Fans can summon a variety of fan favorite servants, Saber Alter is among these characters. More recently, the chapter Cosmos in the Lost Belt has been added to the app.

Fate/Stay Night: Heaven’s Feel Spring Song will premiere in North America on April 17, 2020. This exclusive Saber Alter figurine will go up for pre-order on March 26, 2020.

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