Good Smile Company has given out new details on the Sekiro figma based on the eponymous title character of FromSoftware’s action game Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, which is set in a fictional version of the Sengoku Period in Japan. The figma was first revealed in October 2019 as an unpainted prototype and has been supervised by FromSoftware to keep it as accurate to the character as possible.
There will be two versions of the Sekiro figma—a regular and DX version. The regular one focuses on Sekiro himself and includes his two katana Kusabimaru and Fushigiri, the main weapons used in the game. It also comes with a grappling hook attachment that you can use to recreate the iconic action used in-game.
Here’s a look at the regular version figma below:
Meanwhile, the DX version also includes some contextual objects to set up poses around, such as the Sculptor’s Idols that act as save points in game and, hilariously, a death screen. It also includes the Loaded Axe, Loaded Spear, and Loaded Umbrella that Sekiro can use in the game at the cost of Spirit Emblems.
Check out some screenshots of the Sekiro figma below:
Finally, if you pre-order the figma via Good Smile Store, a Sweet Rice Ball will be included as a bonus part to pose with:
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice is available on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.