Uniqlo Final Fantasy Shirts US Release Date Set

Uniqlo Final Fantasy Shirts US Release Date Set

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While the Uniqlo Final Fantasy shirts will appear in Japan in April 2022, people need to wait a little longer for the US release date. The retailer announced they will show up in the region on May 16, 2022. It also confirmed all 16 designs will appear both in stores and online. (Only select stores will offer them in-store, however.) While they will be 1,500円 in Japan, they will cost $19.99 in North America.

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As a reminder, the Uniqlo Final Fantasy shirts are part of a 35th anniversary collection. There will be 16 unisex, short-sleeve t-shirts available. Each one will feature imagery from one installment on it. Things start with Final Fantasy and go all the way up to the unreleased Final Fantasy XVI. Spin-off installments do not appear in the line. While the Japanese sizes for the shirts are XS through 4XL, the US product pages note they’ll be available in XXS through 3XL.

The US Uniqlo Final Fantasy release date announcement also confirmed the special gift will appear outside of Japan. For a limited time, people who buy shirts from the collection will get 35th anniversary limited edition cards. This offer is also available in Japan as well. The official US website didn’t offer the conditions someone will need to meet in order to get the playing cards.

The Uniqlo Final Fantasy collection release date is April 29, 2022 in Japan and May 16, 2022 in the US.


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