Spartan Games previews new models

Spartan Games has previewed new 3D renders for Dystopian Wars and Uncharted Seas.



From their announcement:

The Prussian Empire - Gewitterwolke Class Airship

The dull pulsing engines of the Gewitterwolke Class Airship are often heard, but rarely do you see this airship emerge from the stormy skies until it is too late. With a crackling, thunderous shriek the Fore Tesla Coil unleashes hurt on any unfortunate enemy foolish enough to stray into the path of this aerial Armageddon. You may also want to reconsider your position should you be ill-fated enough to be darkened by its shadow; the arsenal of bombs this flyer carries ensure it leaves little standing in its wake.

Empire of the Blazing Sun - Tsukuyomi Class War Gyro

If your aerial units have been clever (some would say lucky) enough to outmaneuver the squadrons of fighters, and avoid obliteration by the torrent of rockets launching from any supporting Inari Class Scout Gyros, you better be praying you don’t wander within range of the Tsukuyomi Class War Gyro. This guardian of the skies keeps a watchful eye over its fellow aerial companians with some brutal firepower. Its main turrets are specifically designed to track, and destroy anything unlucky enough to assume the sky is big enough to share. Think you’ve evaded its sights? Unlikely, you should just count yourself lucky you’ve been allowed to stay in one piece that long! Trust only that, if you’ve seen them, then you’re minutes away from a very quick descent …and a flaming one at that.

Imperial Human - Condor Class Flagship

This majestic Imperial Human Condor Class Flagship has speed, grace and punch. With its sails fully unfurled you can just imagine the Admiral of this vessel issuing orders as his highly trained gunners shatter the hull of another enemy ship. As you can see the Condor is the first Imperial vessel to use steam technology. When sailing at speed using its sails the vessel uses a Large Template, but when slowing to use its steam engines the Condor gains the benefit of increased manoeuvrability, and so uses a Medium Template.