Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Siren Model Kit Coming in July

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Siren Model Kit Will Return in July

Kotobukiya announced it will offer its Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Siren model kit again. The kit will return in July 2022. There’s no price for it yet. However, when it debuted in November 2018, it cost ¥12,000 (~105.)

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The exact details about Siren can spoil different elements of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for people. Suffice to say, it is a thing of people people will encounter after reaching a certain point in the game. The model kit has some degrees of articulation. For example, the legs can be moved. The arms can be posed. People also get extra arms for recreating certain looks from the game. Its halo and wings are included. People also have a flying base to accurately replicate one attack. The plastic arrives in different colors on the runners, and there are decals for certain accents. Its face plate arrives already painted.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Siren gallery.

While this is a rerelease of Kotobukiya’s only Xenoblade Chronicles series item, it isn’t uncommon for figures from the series to appear. Good Smile Company’s released quite a few of them. There are the Pyra and Mythra figures. Those were in such demand, they ended up getting rereleased. It is making a Nia figure too. However, that one is based on a look that is quite a spoiler.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is available for the Nintendo Switch. The Siren model kit is expected to ship in July 2022.

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