Well, we are all familiar with Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in the gaming world. It has some of the most amazing open-world gaming arenas in the whole gaming world. Where gamers can immerse themselves into some amazing gaming sequences and exploration activities in any way they choose.
While some of the gamers are happy to play the constructed story mode that beautifully compliments that chaotic world, some of the more die-hard fans want to take the whole experience to a whole new level.
For these gamers, the company has launched their new action figures with story maps and accessories, that will allow them to use the characters they love from the game come to life in their own projected storytelling, just like D&D.
The hype of these figurines is blowing up the market for these types of games and their awesome collectibles.
The company has an amazing team dedicated to this project which includes Mark Latham, who at one time was the supervisor of the editing team that developed the incredible Warhammer and Warhammer 40k.
This is the second project that Mark has been a part of with Bethesda Softworks. He also worked on the creative team of the amazing Fallout: Wasteland. That’s pretty incredible work experience.
When the first wave of the new Elder Scrolls miniature figurines is launched in the first half of next year, there will be two factions introduced. The Imperials and the Stormcloaks.
“We call them adversaries,” Latham explained, “which are AI-controlled monsters, things like the Draugr, eventually dragons, Atronachs, Daedra, all that kind of cool stuff from the Elder Scrolls universe. And they are basically forces of nature. They wander around the middle of the board and they attack you as you get close or, sometimes, because they just don’t like the look of you.
“They just add an extra level of threat and narrative to the game,” Latham continued, “and they’re just trying to get in the way of you achieving your objectives.”
As the game is getting more hype and people are shifting their focus on more multiplayer gameplay than solo, the company Modiphius will launch a two-player starter set. The whole thing will cost you about $85 which will include:
- 18 pre-assembled plastic miniatures
- Five imperials
- Five Stormcloaks
- Three skeletons
- Three draughr
- Draugr Deathlord
The heroes that are being introduced by the company are the following,
- Hadvar and Ralof
- Imperial Mage
- Yrsarald Thrice-Pierced
- Female Dragonborn
Players will get a host of cards and token with an included map of the terrain. They’ll have all of the rules for the normal Battle mode and all the paperwork and accessories for even the Delve mode of playing.
The company has projected that the more advanced forms of the models associated with this amazing game, which will be more detailed than the initial wave, will be available for the holiday shopping season.