There, that’s really all I needed out of this release. But you might be interested in some of the other things that are also available. They include British Automated Infantry and Fallschirmjäger Falcon Infantry.
But really, it’s all about the Ursus Infantry.
From the announcement:
The Soviets developed a weapon utilising Ursine DNA to create an 8ft tall man/bear hybrid that could go toe-to toe with any enhanced infantry on the battlefields of 1947. Powerful, but lacking control, the Ursus soldiers were often unleashed in highly contested areas of the battlefield to tip the balance of favour towards the Soviet army.
The Fallschirmjäger were famed from the beginning of WW2 for their involvement in capturing Belgium, the Netherlands and France. Though nearly decimated in courageous actions in Afrika, the Mediterranean, Italy, Northern Europe and Russia their early success have not been forgotten!
Now they are seen again across the battlefields of 1947; re-fitted with state-of-the-art Falcon armour, it is far more agile than its predecessor shaping more to the Fallschirmjagers needs. More expensive to produce but far more valuable with its effectiveness and more popular with the troops that use it.
These mechanical monstrosities tower over the average soldier, this allows them to bear heavy machine guns with little penalty. Used to spearhead assaults or guard rear-flanks, these are mainly used for casualty heavy missions. The ideal solider to counter all of the British Empire threats, and to protect the British solider on the front-line.