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Previews announces 1000Toys’ Nero from Devil May Cry V

One of the three Devil May Cry V playable heroes, a 1/12th scale collector action figure of Nero is coming home courtesy of 1000Toys.

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One of the very best games of 2019 (so far), Devil May Cry V made quite an impression with gamers. The all-out action of the game, combined with three playable characters, and a cool storyline seems to have returned the Capcom series to its former glory.

And since the game was such a hit, we’ve seen an uptick in merch to go along with it. Case in point, this awesome looking 1/12th scale collector figure from 1000Toys.

I’m not familiar with the company, but if Nero here is any indication, they make some awesome stuff. Nero comes packed with a ton of cool accessories, and will be offered through Previews in two different versions.

  • The PREVIEWS Exclusive Devil May Cry 5 Nero Standard Version 1/12-Scale Figure comes with the Red Queen (Sword) Blue Rose (Pistol) along with the Devil Breakers Overture: Helter Skelter, Gerbera and Punch Line! Exchangeable parts such as hair, face and hand parts are also included in this awesome set!
  • The PREVIEWS Exclusive Devil May Cry 5 Nero Deluxe Version 1/12-Scale Figure comes with the same accessories as the standard version – Red Queen (Sword), Blue Rose (Pistol) along with the Devil Breakers Overture: Helter Skelter, Gerbera and Punch Line – but also include exclusive weapons and accessories. The deluxe exclusive items include: Tomboy (Devil Breaker), Buster Arm (Devil Breaker), Lagtime (Devil Breaker), and Rawhide (Whip Shaped Artificial Arm). Exchangable parts such as hair, face and hand parts are also included in this set.

Watch for Nero to hit stores on January 8th, 2020. The Standard version will run you $125.99 USD, $150.00 USD for the Deluxe.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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