Just when we thought Atomic Mass Games had revealed everything, the game publisher has revealed Angela and Enchantress for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. That’s two more releases for the Asgardians plus Angela fits with the Guardians of the Galaxy! Check both figures out and get ready to add them to the battlefield soon!
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Atomic Mass Games rounded out their Gen Con Online reveals today with the debut of She-Hulk as well as a new terrain set, the NYC Construction Site bearing the name of Wilson Fisk, aka Kingpin!
The game publisher has revealed a lot over this online event from the addition of the X-Men to the game as well as Punisher, Taskmaster, Daredevil, Bullseye, and Kingpin. During one of their streams, Angela was also shown off. A lot to look forward to in the coming months!
Atomic Mass Games teased the reveal of Daredevil, Bullseye, and Kingpin for Marvel: Crisis Protocol yesterday. Today, we get a better look at all three figures which will be released soon. Guesses as to what we can expect as far as abilities?
With the revelation of the Punisher, Taskmaster, and X-Men, there remains just three more figures to be revealed.
Forge World is back and up for pre-order is Qin Xa. The Master of the Keshig was frequently described by his Primarch as one of the most formidable warriors of the Legion. This new resin model is highly detailed and comes with a choice of helmeted or bare heads. Unlike many of his White Scars brothers, Qin Xa would march to war clad in a suit of Tartaros-pattern Terminator armor. Armed with a pair of matched Dao blades, known as the Tails of the Dragon, Qin Xa can cut through any traitor that gets in his way. And the final bit of details is his standing atop the ruins of a Contemptor Dreadnought. Qin Xa looks every bit the master of the hunt.
Atomic Mass Games is keeping them coming with three more teasers of upcoming releases for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. Daredevil, Kingpin, and Bullseye have been revealed already as coming but these are the first teasers of the miniatures. The Kingpin sports a fantastic detail on the base which has us excited to see more.
After the X-Men reveal yesterday, Punisher and Taskmaster have also been revealed today. We were left with 8 unknown figures to be seen and with these three, we still have five more to go. We’ll have a new post when the figures are fully revealed.
With virtual Gen Con underway, Atomic Mass Games has been revealing what’s coming to the shelves in the coming months. Yesterday, the game publisher reveals the X-Men for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. Today, there’s two more images released, one of the Punisher and the other of Taskmaster!
Check out below for the two upcoming additions to the miniature game!
Atomic Mass Games Drops an Official Look at the X-Men for Marvel: Crisis Protocol With Hints at 8 More Releases
After their reveal video, Atomic Mass Games have released a better look at the first wave of X-Men releases for Marvel: Crisis Protocol. In the initial launch are Cyclops, Storm, Beast, and Wolverine for the X-Men and Magneto, Mystique, Toad, and Sabretooth for the Evil Brotherhood. There was also a tease of Deadpool coming to the game. Check out the official photos of the figures below as well as a teaser video.
The initial wave of X-Men figures will be released as the usual miniature packs. Wolverine will be with Sabretooth, Cyclops with Storm, Beast with Mystique, and Magneto with Toad.
On the Atomic Mass page for what’s going on during Gen Con Online, the game publisher has 8 slots teasing what’s still to come. Guesses as to who we’ll see?
Since the game launched, there’s been a push by fans to introduce the X-Men into Atomic Mass Games‘ Marvel: Crisis Protocol. In the lead up to the first-ever virtual Gen Con, the game company has announced that indeed the X-Men are coming!
The X-Men are kicking off the second year of the game. Cyclops, Wolverine, Storm, and Beast vs. Magneto, Toad, Sabretooth, and Mystique are the lead releases! The figures will be released in packs, not a starter. Plus, a Deadpool teaser!
The reason for no new core back is because the X-Men were planned as part of the core game. They aren’t a standalone thing and are being introduced like any character.
The characters will be coming out later this year and there is more X-Men coming that will be released along with other characters. But, with the need for other releases, there will be a gap between the first wave of X-Men and what comes after.
Much like the previous edition, Games Workshop will be releasing three starter sets for Warhammer 40,000 aimed at different commitments to the game and an escalation of interest. The previous three boxes seemed like a success breaking out of local game stores and finding shelf space at more mainstream retailers.
All three sets are different ways to enter the world of Warhammer 40,000 but also an easy way to expand armies for veteran players. The previous three sets went for $40, $80, and $160. It’s unknown if these three sets will keep similar price points.
You’ll soon be able to get…
Warhammer 40,000 – Recruit Edition
The “Recruit Edition” is focused on those brand-new to the hobby. It’s goal is to allow individuals to easily learn or teach the basics of the game.
The set includes miniatures, dice, range rulers, a mat, and a Recruit Manual featuring each unit’s datasheet and how to learn the basics of the game.
Warhammer 40,000 – Elite Edition
The “Elite Edition” features a larger selection of units including a Necron Overlord and a Primaris Captain. This option is for those looking to expand their collection but also a step to learn the game.
Warhammer 40,000 – Command Edition
The “Command Edition” is the way to dive into the hobby. It includes the models in the “Elite Edition” but also a fold-out, double-sided game board and terrain.
The Command Manual features a narrative-drive set of six missions to teach aspects of the game. Also incliuded is a 184-page rulebook to help you expand your games and take the next steps to play more complicated and in-depth games.
Games Workshop has multiple pre-order releases today for Adeptus Titanicus. Swear your allegiance to the Emperor or the Warmaster with this new expansion!
Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza
This new expansion takes us to the forge world of Ryza as the forces of the traitor Fabricator-General, Kelbor-Hal, attack, Ryza’s defenders prepare to sell their lives dearly for their world.
This new expansion includes an overview of the defence of Ryza, background and rules fo six Titan Legions and six Knight Houses, three allegiances for Titan Legions and four for Knight Houses, rules for creating your own Titan Legions, and so much more.
Adeptus Titanicus: Cerastus Knights Acheron & Castigator
Cerastus Knights are employed as weapons of extermination, designed to inspire fear in their foes.
This plastic kit allows you to assemble four Cerastus Knights. Two of these war machines are Cerastus Knights Acheron, armed with Acheron chainfists and Acheron pattern flame cannons. The other two are Cerastus Knights Castigator, which each wield a Castigator warblade and Castigator pattern bolt cannon.
Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza Stratagem Cards
The Adeptus Titanicus: The Defence of Ryza Stratagem Cards contain 26 Statagems from the Adeptus Titanicus expansion The Defence of Ryza.
Contents include 15 Crusade Legio-specific Stratagem cards for use in creating your own Titan Legion (in conjunction with the rules in The Defence of Ryza), 5 Experimental Warfare Stratagem cards, and 6 Tricks and Tactics Stratagem cards.
From Black Library comes Profit’s Ruin. Written by C L Werner the paperback book explores the Mortal Realms.
Only the greedy and the desperate seek out the fabled sky-island of Profit’s Ruin, for no Kharadron vessel has ever escaped its grip… Will Brokrin Ullissonn and the Iron Dragon be the first?
Book 2 of the Kharadron Overlords retails for $16.
Games Workshop has also released a new spray with Runelord Brass delivering the ability to undercoat and base models with a “realistic metallic finish.” Cans retail for $30.