New MiG Alley Pre-Orders Scream Towards Blood Red Skies

July 1, 2019 by brennon

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Warlord Games is moving towards the age of jet engines with pre-orders now available for the new MiG Alley set for Blood Red Skies.

Blood Red Skies MiG Alley - Warlord Games

This set focuses in on the aerial fighting during the Korean War that Warlord Games are also looking at in Bolt Action. MiG Alley was the name given to the northwestern portion of North Korea, at the mouth of the Yalu River. It got its name thanks to the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 that were flown by North Koreans, some Soviets (although unofficially) and the People's Republic Of China.

In response to this threat, the Americans got the North American F-86 Sabre into the skies. This set then enables you to play out a dogfight between these jet engine planes, screaming across the skies at high speed.

Whilst I do agree that planes of all kinds are cool, I'm very much a fan of the traditional propeller-based planes. They have an elegance and style to them that I don't think can be matched.

Could you be tempted by this as a little aside to the World War II dogfights of Blood Red Skies?

"This set focuses in on the aerial fighting during the Korean War that Warlord Games are also looking at in Bolt Action..."

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