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Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Collectibles Revealed at San Diego Comic-Con

Final Fantasy VII 25th Anniversary Logo (Color)

As part of the San Diego Comic-Con celebrations, Square Enix has revealed a new line of Final Fantasy VII collectibles commemorating the title’s 25th anniversary! The line will be released sometime in 2023, and includes a set of 200 “Art Museum Digital Card Plus” trading cards and a very nice Cloud Strife action figure from Bring Arts.

Final Fantasy VII Bring Arts Action Figure – Cloud Strife

Far and away, the best piece of the collection is a stunning Cloud Strife figure from Bring Arts. The model depicts Cloud’s design from the original and features his “signature hairstyle, shoulder armor, and SOLDIER uniform, all faithfully recreated in 3D.” The figure retails for $129.99 USD, and, of course, features the iconic Buster Sword alongside a variety of interchangeable hands. A ticket allowing buyers to claim a digital certificate of authenticity for the product will also be included.

Final Fantasy VII Bring Arts Cloud Strife Collectable Figure

Square Enix has also announced that a “Digital Plus Edition” of the figure is also available for purchase. This version retails at $159.99 USD and will give owners access to an NFT through Efinity.

Final Fantasy VII Art Museum Digital Card Plus Trading Cards

This trading card collection will feature over 200 designs based on Final Fantasy VII. Cards will be available both physically and digitally, but the ENJIN Wallet app will be required for you to redeem your cards digitally. Each pack of cards will contain six physical cards as well as one exchange ticket, which is redeemable for one digital card of your choice on Efinity.

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These products are currently expected to release sometime next year, in 2023, and are currently available to pre-order from the Square Enix Store. While the inclusion of NFTs is disappointing, it’s undeniable that the Bring Arts Cloud figure is gorgeous, and I’m sure many fans will be eager to pick one up. For all the latest on the Final Fantasy series, make sure to keep an eye on RPGFan’s news feed.

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Tom Cox

Tom Cox

Tom is a news editor for RPGFan with a love of RPGs, Pokémon, and Zelda! When not playing games or writing, he can often be found hiking with his dog Otto, or patiently waiting for Pokémon Black & White remakes.

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