Street Fighter Cammy Powerlifting Figure Arrives Later in 2024
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Street Fighter Cammy Powerlifting Figure Arrives Later in 2024

The Street Fighter Powerlifting figure series, which involves heroines in workout costumes lifting weights, is getting Cammy variants. Premium Collectibles Studio is taking pre-orders for three variants, which will cost $598.50 each.

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The three different versions of Cammy are all based on her appearances from past Street Fighter games. So there’s the Classic Silver Ex one based on her default red and black outfit, an Alpha Ex design inspired by Street Fighter Alpha, and a SF6 Ex option that draws from Street Fighter 6. In addition to her outfit and its color scheme changing, her hairstyle can change from one version to another. All three feature a gym bag behind her, with some having a hat on top of it. Cosmetic differences aside, each one will be a 1/4 scale figure that stands at 16.5 inches tall and 21.5 inches wide. Each one will also come with a matching print of the Edwin Huang concept art that inspired it.

Here’s a closer look at the three versions of the new Cammy figure.

And here are the concept art prints that come with them.

This is the second Premium Collectibles Studio’s Street Fighter Powerlifting figure, as the first one to be announced was Chun-Li. Like Cammy, she will be available in three different varieties. Each one will also be accompanied by a matching print. Those figures are expected to appear between August and October 2024. 

The Street Fighter Cammy Powerlifting figure is in development, with pre-orders open now. The most recent game in the series is Street Fighter 6, and it is available on the PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. 

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