Street Fighter Chun-Li 1/6 Scale Figure Pre-Orders Available; Based on Akiman Illustration

GoodSmile and Capcom have announced that pre-orders for a new 1/6 scale figure of Chun-Li from the Street Fighter series are now available via the former’s storefronts. Sculpted by Hiroshi Yuasa (Max Factory) and painted by Nakano Figure Classroom (Fukui), pre-orders are only available until September 7, 2023, at 12:00 Japan Standard Time.

This figure is “based on an illustration from 2022 made as a collaboration between CAPCOM and Momochihama Chozai Pharmacy for their medicine booklets, with Akiman himself involved in the review and approval process.” Further, the figure’s height, including the base, is around 270mm. Akiman is a prominent artist who has often worked on the Street Fighter franchise.

You can view official images of this new 1/6 scale Chun-Li figure via our gallery below:

You can pre-order this new Chun-Li figure from GoodSmile’s global shop for ¥33,000 ahead of a planned July 2024 release or from GoodSmile’s United States storefront for $217.99 ahead of an expected Quarter 3 2024 launch.

In Street Fighter 6, players can explore different regions worldwide and earn Special Moves from numerous Masters that can be mixed and matched. Master Assist is also in the mode, allowing players to summon Masters like Ryu to aid them in battle.

Moreover, karate-chopping bottles, enjoying Italian cuisine, and parrying basketballs are some of the minigames players can look forward to as occupations to earn currency that can purchase in-game food, clothing, and more.

You’ll seamlessly enter battles on the streets with a single button press. Combat has the classic six-button control style but also adds a new four-button modern control style with three attack strengths and special moves performed with one button press.

Street Fighter 6 is now available on PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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