The upcoming release of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, the second part of the Final Fantasy VII Remake saga, has fans of the series very excited. And for good reason, with all signs pointing to the sequel fans have been craving. Celebrating the anticipated success of the game, Square Enix have revealed a small range of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth plushies set for release alongside the game in 2024.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth is due for release on 29th February, 2024. There’s wide variety of Final Fantasy VII Rebirth pre-order bonuses available for those who register their interest early. But that’s not what we’re here for today. No, instead we’re going to push that cute dial up to 11, with the reveal of two new Final Fantasy VII Rebirth plushies coming in 2024.
Final Fantasy VII Rebirth Plushies
As stated above, these two new Final Fantasy VII Rebirth plushies are coming to support the launch of the game. One will arrive just prior to launch, and the other shortly after.
Knitted Plush Cait Sith
Due for release on 31st January, 2024, the Cait Sith Knitted Plush measures approximately W140mm x D130mm x H210mm. With the unique knitted style, he’s soft to the touch and the perfect accompaniment to your adventures in Final Fantasy VII Rebirth.
The Cait Sith Knitted Plush is available to pre-order now, priced at £23.01 GBP.
Knitted Plush Red XIII
The Red XIII Knitted Plush is due for release slightly later, on 30th April, 2024. The second release is slightly larger, measuring approximately W180mm x D250mm x H200mm.
The Red XII Knitted Plush is available to pre-order now, also priced at £23.01 GBP.
Which is your favourite? This writer is definitely leaning the way of the Red XII Knitted Plush. Let us know yours in the comments below!
Final Fantasy VII Remake Knitted Plushies
These two new additions join an expanding range. Previous releases include a Chocobo Knitted Plush, Moogle and Cactuar. There’s also a whole host of more standard plushies coming, but these are decidedly less cool in our opinion. Again, let us know your thoughts in the comments!