X-Plus was at Super Festival 84 and had a bunch of new reveals which were separated into three genres Godzilla/Toho figures, Ray Harryhausen 100 figures, and Ultraman figures.
The big reveal with the Godzilla/Toho (pun intended) was a prototype of the Gigantic Series Favorite Sculptor Line Godzilla 1954 based on a Inoue Arts kit it should be approx 50cm tall and is listed to be released June 2021. Also revealed was a DefoReal Biollante which looks very detailed no release date was given for it. Two other figures were shown in a finish state, both being DefoReals, Mechagodzilla 1975 and Dr. Serizawa in diving suit, Mechagodzilla is scheduled for a June 2021 release no info on the Ric version, Dr. Serizawa will come in two colors monochrome, and natural color versions it's unclear which might be the Ric version they are scheduled for a May 2021 release. Also shown was a new Godzilla 2019 this version looks to be the same sculpt as the previous version but it feature a smoke effect that gives the appearance of his atomic breath, it also has light up fins as well no release date was announced. A place holder display also shown had a Large Monster Series Mothra 1992 no other info was given on it.
The second group of figures were based on Ray Harryhausen creatures, some were ones we have previously seen, the One Million Years B.C. Allosaurus, Triceratops, and Ceratosaurus, the first two have updated release dates Nov 2020, April 2021 respectively, no release date for the third. Also on display was the Cyclops and Ymir, the DefoReal Cyclops that were revealed previously. New reveals include a finished Rhedosaurus from The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms and a prototype DefoReal version, prototypes of Gwangi, the Kraken, Talos with ship, and Kali per the placeholder image.
The ultraman figures included DefoReal Ultraman Zero (recently solicited), Varricane, and Hoe both scheduled for 2021 releases, as well as prototypes of Jumborg Ace, Sevenger (Ultraman Leo version), Birdon Version 2, and Robonezu, some of which have scheduled release dates. There was also a few more on a placeholder image like the others.
Lastly there was the Vampirella kit, it was shown unassembled, as well as assembled and painted, no release date was given. All pictures from X-Plus.