That’s a Sweet Ride. Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife & Fenrir(クラウド・ストライフ&フェンリル)

We’ll have to wait and see if the Final Fantasy VII Remake drops before Sony’s PS5 announcement, but Square Enix is keeping this hype train rolling with a full head of steam, finally announcing the long-awaited Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife & Fenrir from its premium Play Arts Kai action figure line, which will release October 2018.

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children is a 2005 3D animated feature film from Square Enix. Set two years after the events of Final Fantasy VII, Cloud, having defeated Sephiroth, is now running a courier service with the help of Tifa Lockhart, delivering parcels on his beloved Fenrir. But the Planet’s rage has not ceased, for a threat still exists on this Earth. One day, Tifa is attacked by three children, and Cloud must go to the declining Shinra Company in order to discover the truth...

Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife & Fenrir brings you Cloud and his awesome motorcycle Fenrir from Advent Children. Measuring 45 cm (18") long, Fenrir has a streamlined design with a series of intricate mechanical assortments, using fine paint to craft the bike’s shiny exterior and the hyper-realistic oxidation effects in the metal exhausts.

There are two features that distinguish this Fenrir from past iterations. The first is the motorcycle’s weapon storage, where you can store Cloud’s Fusion Sword to recreate its look in combat! The second is that the headlight and taillight both feature LED functions so Fenrir can light up with just three LR44 batteries (not included).

Cloud includes an alternate google-wearing head, a normal left arm and another tied with a red ribbon in memory of Alice, as well as multiple interchangeable hands allowing you to recreate the events from the film!

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife & Fenrir
SRP: $369.99
Product Size: Cloud – W 9.8 cm x D 5.2 cm x H 27.7 cm (3.9" x 2" x 10.9") Fenrir – W 17 cm x D 44.5 cm x H 18 cm (6.7" x 17.5" x 7.1")
Expected Release: October 2018