Persona 5 Gets Lovely New Figurines, Including Noir Figma Prototype and Joker Doll

Persona 5 Gets Lovely New Figurines, Including Noir Figma Prototype and Joker Doll

New Persona 5 figurines revealed at the currently ongoing Wonder Festival 2019 Shanghai include the latest Noir Figma and a Joker doll.

Wonder Festival 2019 Shanghai, a currently ongoing event from June 8th to 9th, has revealed plenty of new figurines. Of course what Wonder Festival would be complete without some Persona 5 figures, and this one doesn’t disappoint with the reveal of two of them today.

The first is the prototype Noir Figma, first announced at Wonder Festival 2018 Summer, which will be produced by studio Max Factory. Pricing and release dates for this figure are currently unknown:

The second revealed figurine is an adorable 1/6 scale Joker doll created by fashion doll company Azone. Orders will begin in June, with a retail price of 16,200 yen (about $160):

This isn’t the only figurine news we’ve gotten recently from Atlus, as back in May Japan’s Mega Hobby Expo 2019 showcased some amazing beauties including from Good Smile, Max Factory, and Alter. In additional great news Amakuni announced that they would be crafting a figurine of the newest character from Persona 5: Royal, Kasumi Yoshizawa.

Amakuni previously showed off their figurines of Ann TakamakiFutaba Sakura, and Makoto Niijima, as well as a full-color Tae Takemi figurine. The manufacturer also debuted a prototype version of Makoto from Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight.

Recently Atlus released a brand new trailer (which we translated!) for Persona 5: Royal, featuring more of newcomer Kasumi along with her Persona Cendrillon. The company also reaffirmed that the title will remain a PS4 exclusive, as well as detailing how to import DLC purchased from the original game.

We at DualShockers love Persona 5 as much as its very talented and devoted fanbase, judging by our glowing review of the title back in 2017. If you haven’t gotten around to playing yet, you can purchase Persona 5 here.


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