Bolt Action’s Weird World War II sibling is getting some cool new Tank Turrets to bring to the table!
via Warlord Games
It’s time to re-arm the British front-line with top of the line weaponry, starting with the Tesla Cannon for the Cromwell. The power of the Tesla Cannon is something not to trifle with, but must be used to stop the abominations coming from the German lines. The Tesla Cannon pulsates powerful electricity through its enemies, shocking tank crews to death and obliterating squadrons alike. Whilst relatively being short ranged, it more than makes up for it with its power and versatility.
The Russian war machine turns its wheels, churning out the new T34/ZP turret ready to be outfitted. The Zvukovoy Proyektor unleashes powerful energy pulses which can incapacitate swathes of enemies with a single blast, even neutralising crew hiding inside their armoured vehicles. The pulse rapidly dissipates through the atmosphere but once the target has been hit, even the thickest of armour won’t save anyone.
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March 1947. As Europe emerges from the worst winter in living memory the Soviet war machine is replenished and ready for action. 1946 was not the greatest year for The Motherland, although the German invaders were repulsed in their efforts to invade. After reverses before the winter set in, the Soviet war machine is now ready to roll west and crush the German foes before them.
The tireless efforts of brave Soviet scientists have meant the technology of the enemy is now available against them. The Cossack walker is fast and carries a heavy cannon, able to defeat it’s recce counterparts at distance, and the new Heavy Infantry suits can tear apart infantry or vehicles with equal ease.
More fearsome is the sonic pulse cannon that has been fitted to the trusty T-34 medium tank – no target is safe from its effects. The Germans may have prepared themselves over the harsh winter but they face a relentless juggernaut as the spring thaws begin.
March 1947. Europe is gradually emerging from it’s most severe winter in living memory. Dug in through the winter, British and Commonwealth troops prepare to begin the last push into Germany.
Setbacks the previous year are forgotten as new rift-tech weaponry arrives at the front line. The Guardian light walker now supports armoured infantry battalions, the combination able to deliver tremendous firepower in a concentrated space. The US Tesla Cannon has been fitted to the Cromwell tank hull, resulting in a fast, reliable vehicle that can confidently tackle any German armour.
It’s been a long war for Britain and her Commonwealth allies, but with the support of the US, rift-tech advances and the sound application of the new weapons, it’s only a matter of time before Germany is defeated. To quote Prime Minister Winston Churchill “If you’re going through hell – keep going”…
Two new Tank Turrets and Two Starters to match – It’s time to join the war effort in Konflikt ’47