"Devil May Cry 5" Vergil Comes to Life with New Kotobukiya Statue

Devil May Cry 5 is coming back but this time with a new ArtFX statue from Kotobukiya. Dante's twin brother, Vergil is taking the lead this time and is ready to strike. Virgil is a 1/8th scale statue and is seriously packing on the detail. He is posed in a striking stance with his coat blowing upwards and his iconic katana in hand. This statue is perfect for any Devil May Cry 5 fan and would go perfect with a Dante ArtFX. The Vergil Devil May Cry 5 ArtFX Statue from Kotobukiya is priced at roughly $165 and is set to ship out in June 2020. Pre-orders are not live just yet but when they do you will be able to find them located here.

"You are not worthy as my opponent."

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"I need more power!"

From the latest installment in the stylish Devil May Cry series, Devil May Cry 5, Dante's twin brother, Vergil, is joining Kotobukiya's ARTFX J line as a 1/8 scale statue!

With his signature "Yamato" at the ready, Vergil's pose shows his intent to attack at full force. Much like the previously released ARTFX J Dante and ARTFX J Nero statues, Vergil appears as if he has jumped straight from the game.

Vergil is clothed in all black as can be seen in the game, but the black paint used in the clothing ensures that the shadows and shine in the clothing depicts a variety of black. The detailed and realistic paint and sculpt can be seen in every aspect of this figure; from the texture on Vergil's boot covers to the coat that looks as though it has a velvety appearance.

Vergil's "Yamato" does not lack any detail either. From the blade to the hilt, the weapon looks as if it can be used for combat in real life. The strap to the Yamato looks as though it is truly waving in the wind.

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A beautifully detailed piece from head to toe, add this statue to your collection today to witness its craftsmanship in person, and display him alongside the ARTFX J Dante and ARTFX J Nero statues to recreate the world of Devil May Cry!

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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