Upcoming Fate/Grand Order Alter Figures Showcased at MegaHobby Expo 2021

Fate/Grand Order Alter Figures

Alter has unveiled four new Fate/Grand Order figures at MegaHobby Expo 2021. The four figures are in various stages of development and include characters such as Murasaki Shikibu, Archer Gilgamesh, Moon Cancer BB, and Lancer Karna. There is no confirmed release window, region, or pricing information.

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First, the company gave fans a first look at the painted versions of Moon Cancer BB and Murasaki Shikibu. The BB figure is based on the Summer version of the character and comes in 1/8 scale. Specifically, BB will come in her Stage 3 costume appearance. On the other hand, Murasaki Shikibu will be a 1/7 scale figure.

Furthermore, Alter announced that it plans to release her “Little Devil Egg-Colored” variant as a limited edition. Similarly, Alter also revealed that it is developing a Rider Murasaki Shikibu.

You can get a better look at the Moon Cancer BB and Murasaki Shikibu figures below.

Alter also released new images of a 1/8 scale unpainted Archer Gilgamesh prototype figure. Gilgamesh will be based on his Stage 3 appearance and come with his Chains of Heaven. As the figure is unpainted, it is unclear what his red tattoos will look like in the final product.

Finally, Alter announced that it is developing a Lancer Karna figure. It will be part of Alter’s ALTAiR series of figures. Interestingly, the announcement came in the form of a 3D rendering of the figure in question. Judging by the 3d model, the figure will likely be based on the character’s Stage 2 appearance.

Further details about the upcoming Fate/Grand Order Alter figures will release via the company’s blog at a later date. There is currently no confirmed release date, pricing, or region information. Alter plans to announce more new figures at MegaHobby Expo 2021 on December 2 and 3, 2021.

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