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Infinity: New Releases Spotted!

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Sep 21 2018

A ton of new Infinity Minis have been spotted on the wild wild web. New remotes for Haqqislam, military orders for Pan Oceania, and some gorgeous Aragoto Senkenbutai riding into battle on futuristic motorcycles.

There’s a ton of fancy new stuff coming up for Infinity, spotted out in the wilds of the interwebs from Tactica Games out of Switzerland, we’ve got a look at new stuff for a ton of different factions. Whether you’re looking for boxed sets, big models, even a new Aristeia skin, there’s a lot to look forward to. So let’s dive right in and see what awaits.

via Tactica Games

First up, let’s take a look at the new Military Orders boxed set for Pan Oceania.

You get 11 models in an easy-to-field 300 pt. pack. If you’re looking for something that you can grab, build, and play, this is what you want. It has a full fireteam in the box, and will be ready to take the tabletop by storm. With those Close Combat Weapons and heavy armor, if you can get your squad in there, they’ll push back even the hardiest of troops. Speaking of hardy troops, though…


The Celestial Guards are here to protect the people of Yu Jing. With their specialized roles and fire support, you’ll be able to pull in the right kind of specialist to round out your team, delivering the right kind of firepower exactly where and when you need it.


The Aleph Asuras is a deadly hacker and a gorgeous mini. You can really see the departure from humanity on display with this model. Aleph are supposed to be some of the most elite cybernetically enhanced soldiers out there, and the Asuras is modded almost to the point of inhumanity. Where does humanity end and machine begin? Unclear with the Aleph, far clearer in the remotes available to Haqqislam.

Especially if you want to be capable of delivering some devastating volleys of firepower. Those missile batteries are no joke–plus as a remote you’ll get a lot of benefits–assuming that you don’t get hacked.

Finally we have the Kazak K-9 Reconnaisance unit, which may be one of the most Infinity-esque takes on a concept of all time. Speaking of Infinity-esque concepts, here’s Gata’s new pirate skin, soon to be available for all your Aristeia needs.

And that’s, for the time being, what we’ll be seeing coming to an Infinity table near you. These miniatures are lovely to behold, so if you’re looking to get in on the game, this is a great time to get started.


I’d be willing to bet even money that barrel explodes, somehow.

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