Gorgeous Persona 5 Dancing Ann Figure Is Now Available For Preorder

Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out And Preorder – because a gorgeous Persona 5 Dancing Ann figure is now available from the Good Smile Company.

The 1/7th scale figure will cost around $160 and will be released in October 2021. Including the base, Ann will be around 21cm in height and is made of ABS and PVC materials. The figure will be available to preorder until November 26.

The Ball Stage outfit resembles her appearance in the rhythm-based spinoff series and is based on the key art from the game’s developer. The sculptor behind the figure, Mitsuru Saito (aka Phat!), has made her hat removable and used a realistic net material for her leggings. The base is a translucent red and features the game’s stylistic logo. The figure’s expensive price tag might be due to it being partially hand-painted.

The Phat! Company is also behind the figures of Persona 3’s Aigis, Chiaki Nanami from Dangonronpa 2, and the Priestess from Goblin Slayer – all available via the Good Smile Company.

If you haven’t checked out Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, it deserves the seal of approval from any fan of the series. Almost every one of the remixes is a banger in its own right. The rhythm gameplay is fun to pull-off as well, despite the game’s somewhat distracting on-screen dance moves. There’s also an all-new story mode set during the events of Persona 5. The cast falls asleep and finds themselves in a dream world. Within this setting, you can social link with the cast to learn new things about each Phantom Thief.

The game is currently on sale during the Big In Japan sale on the PlayStation Store at 74% off. It’s well-worth the reduced price – way cheaper than this figure, that’s for sure!

The next Persona game we’re expecting to release in the West is Persona 5 Scramble, a Warriors-style take on the series with an original story set six months after the events of Persona 5. There’s no release date out yet for the game, but we can’t wait to use a calling card once more when it eventually comes out in the West!

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