Persona 5 Futaba Nendoroid Releasing December 2018

Persona 5 Futaba Nendoroid Releasing December 2018

She's the best girl, sorry not sorry.

The best girl of Persona 5 is getting her very own Nendoroid figure at the end of 2018. Pre-orders for a Futaba Nendoroid have now opened, but you'll have to import the new figure straight from Japan.

Over at the Good Smile Company online storefront, pre-orders for the Futaba Nendoroid have now opened. The figure currently has a release window of December 2018, and comes with a price tag of 4,630 Yen, which roughly equates to $42 at the time of writing.

Keep in mind that this pre-order cost doesn't include shipping or import charges, the latter of which is highly likely to come into effect when passing through US customs. Although pre-orders for the Futaba Nendoroid have now opened through the Good Smile Company, they won't last forever, and will only be available until August 9.

The Futaba Nendoroid comes with several different facial expressions, including happy and downcast expressions. It also comes with a tiny Morgana figurine, and you can even put a suitably tiny bowl of cat food into the hand of the Futaba figurine.

In our humble opinion, Futaba is one of the best characters in all of Persona 5. The Phantom Thieves rescue her from a downward depression spiral roughly midway through the game, and from there she joins your team alongside Joker and co. as a hacker of sorts.

This isn't the only Persona 5 Nendoroid. The Morgana figure released last December in 2017, and there's a Joker Nendoroid that was recently revealed at Wonder Festival 2018 in February. If you're after help with any particularly tricky tests in Persona 5, head over to our Persona 5 test answers guide.

Over at our sister site JellyDeals, you can find a complete list of the best 15 Nendoroid figures, that are available for pre-order or purchase right now.

Hirun Cryer

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Hirun Cryer is by far the most juvenile member of USgamer. He's so juvenile, that this is his first full-time job in the industry, unlike literally every other person featured on this page. He's written for The Guardian, Paste Magazine, and Kotaku, and he likes waking up when the sun rises and roaming the nearby woods with the bears and the wolves.

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