Pre-orders coming Monday for Infinity 3rd edition

By Polar_Bear
In Infinity
Oct 10th, 2014
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Corvus Belli has announced that they will be taking pre-orders for the new edition of Infinity starting on Monday.

3rd Edition

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From the announcement:

Hi everyone! Next monday the pre-order of 3rd Edition Rulebook of Infinity (N3) begins! This is the pre-order info:

-Pre-order from October 13th to November 13th, both inclusive.
-All N3 books reserved during the reserve period will include the exclusive “Authorized Bounty Hunter” miniature that will never be available for retail sale. Every pre-order, at our online store or your favourite FLGS will include this exclusive miniature.
-MSRP= 59.95€
-Shipments on December 8th 2014 (Tentative date).

N3 books info:

-Full color books.
-Estimated number of pages: Background: 180 pages; Rules: 275 pages
-Binding: Soft cover. Both books are content in a case.
-Available in English or Spanish.

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  • tuco

    At the rate it’s going now, this will be out before Operation: Icestorm.

  • mechaace

    Operation: Icestorm is out, and has been for a few weeks now.

  • tuco

    The two retailers I use show it as being a preorder still as of yesterday. Corvus Belli binging a hundred copies to GenCon doesn’t count as being released.

  • Nightbee

    I don’t think we’re allowed to mention online retailers by name anymore, but the largest of those has fulfilled all their Icestorm preorders.

    • tuco

      If you’re referring to a certain marketplace for things which are minute, I can guarantee you they have not fulfilled all their pre-orders.

      • Yes, you can say Miniature Market.

      • Nightbee

        I was referring to the WarStore, if that’s also allowed.

  • KelRiever

    Woo hoo chasing editions and gaming on lease! Nah if this gets purchased it will be after it is seen if the rules actually are better. Too much industry edition for money and no substance to pre order anything.

    But hot figures. Those I’ll keep buying for the current edition

    • odinsgrandson

      Talked to them at Gencon. They told me they’re dedicated to always keeping the rules free online.

      That’s very nice.

      • KelRiever

        It is a big credit to them. It is one of the new editions I might purchase in the future, if first it leads to a better game and second, well, second means it gets thrown in the came cue again.

        Infinity’s 2nd edition will be played again at least. Even with all its warts. Because it makes a good enough game for the basement and everybody I play with has the current edition.

        Beats the pants off of paying $75, then $50, then finding out every current existing model in your army is now bad and you can only buy newly released figures to maybe make your army competative again. And when I say competative, I mean win on turn one.