If you're in giant robots, I've got the news for you!
According to the Anime News Network, Japan plans to build a Gundam statue on the move in 2020, just in time for the Tokyo Olympic Games. It will be displayed at Yamashita Pier in Yokohama and will remain there for one year.
The project was announced on Wednesday during delivery for the 40th anniversary of Gundam.
It will not be the first of its kind in Japan – just last year, another life-size Gundam statue was unveiled in Tokyo: Unicorn RX-0, capable of moving various panels as it turns into "Destroyer" catch.
The future statue will measure about 18 meters and will be supervised by a team of designers and technical supervisors.
While he will probably not be able to walk around the Yokohama Dam, we can expect him to have a wider range of movements than his predecessor.
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