Victrix Announce Their Upcoming 12mm World War II Game

September 27, 2019 by brennon

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Victrix has announced that they are working on a new venture, Victrix Games, which will be kicking things off with the launch of a World War II game in 12mm scale.

Churchill - Victrix Games

The game is scaled to 12mm because they believe that this provides the best match between vehicles and troopers. They also think that it "allows for realistic scale actions even on a small 6ft by 4ft gaming table without the battle looking overcrowded and unrealistic." However, they also said that you should be able to see a correlation between their range and most existing 10mm ranges out there.

The first venture for them will be into World War II and the battles taking place throughout Normandy in 1944. This will include British, German and American forces with a focus on tank and infantry elements as well as an option for aircraft too. They are also looking to expand things to include North Africa and the Eastern Front in the near future.

Panzer IV - Victrix Games

As well as the new range of models this will all be supported by rules which will get released in late 2020. Before that, you'll be able to snag yourself plenty of the models which will be released towards the front end of 2020.

Model Preview - Victrix Games

A lot of models are in the works and you can find the full list of what's coming over on their Facebook Page where they went into more detail with previews and more. I think it's neat to see Victrix expanding their range to include this new scale and exploring gaming rules too.

Model Preview (Scale) - Victrix Games

Make sure to let us know if you're going to be keeping an eye out for what Victrix do with this range. I think more options are always a good thing and if the rules match up then they're going to be fun for people to dive into with their existing collections too.

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