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Are you sad you missed your chance to grab a life-sized Psyduck plush roughly four years ago? Are you surprised to learn that there even was such a thing in this cruel world? Well, fear not fellow Pokéfantatics. Thanks to a new listing on the Pokémon Center Online, we know that a re-release of everyone’s favorite migraine having waterfowl is happening this year. In fact, you can order one today!


Pre-orders are open for life-size Psyduck’s plush’s second run


While it seems like this newest batch of gigantic Psyducks is limited to Japan, orders for the big yellow bird will be running from January 19th, 2024, until February 19th, 2024. The website doesn’t mention if it has international shipping, but you should be able to find these floating around on the internet. The price is ¥30,800, or roughly $207. That’s pretty decent for a plush that’s nearly three feet tall.



Yes, much like the previous enlarged Psyduck, this one stands at 80 x 57 x 75 cm. For those of you not familiar with the metric system, that is 31.5 x 22.4 x 29.5 inches. He’s a chonky fellow, but that’s what makes him so irresistible. You can hug him and love him and carry him like a baby.


Will life-size Psyduck re-release in the West?


The Pokémon Center Online description states that it will only take credit card payments for this order, though citizens of Japan can use convenience store payments. This latest batch is being made to order, so there won’t be extra stock once the order period is finished. Buyers can expect shipments to start in mid-July 2024 and all purchases are final. I think having a new Psyduck friend for the summer season sounds great.

The original run of these giant Psyduck did eventually come to North America. It was a few months delayed and you can still find the listing on the NA Pokémon Center Online site, but it’s uncertain if this new re-release will return.


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Written by Peter Glagowski

Peter has been a freelance gaming and film critic for over seven years. His passion for Nintendo is only matched by the size of his collection.