Polyversal and Collins Epic Wargames have announced a major update to their website and store, which includes several exciting new features. These updates are aimed at making it easier for players to purchase and enjoy the sci-fi miniatures system.
One of the new features is the addition of a list of retailers who are now stocking Polyversal in their stores under the Purchase tab. This will allow players to easily find a store near them where they can purchase the game.
Additionally, the website now includes Battlegroup information pages for each of the five Polyversal Miniatures Battlegroups, including Unit Spotlights with lore. This will give players more background information on the different factions and units within the game.
The update also includes the ability to choose from different Battlegroups when ordering the game, with options for 1, 2, or 5 Battlegroups. There is no longer a “set” base set, giving players more flexibility in their purchases.
New accessories are also available for purchase, including a printed rulebook, extra printed Combatant Tile Packs, and extra infantry bases. An Add-On Miniatures page has also been added, which offers extra Ares, Janus, Tigerclaw, and Infernus miniatures with Polyversal Combatant Tiles in limited quantities.
Other new features include a Session Reports page under the Community tab, which includes links to known Polyversal Session reports, as well as better product shots of the game and battlegroup contents.
Polyversal is a 6mm-15mm sci-fi miniatures system designed by Ken Whitehurst and published by Collins Epic Wargames. It includes a robust Combatant Design Tool called Arsenal, which is a web-based application. The setting is a gritty plausible future with a storyline that promises to capture your imagination while providing endless hours of gaming. The game is available now, with or without miniatures, and sets include everything players need to get started.
These updates to the Polyversal website and Collins Epic Wargames store are sure to be appreciated by fans of the game, making it easier than ever to purchase and enjoy this sci-fi miniatures system.
Tuesday 4th of April 2023
Small scale minis games are always appreciate.
Gotta do something with the Epic minis lying around, collecting dust...