Just in time for the holiday season – Gears of War™ fans, video game enthusiasts, and collectors can now bring the game to life by building models of the most popular vehicles – C.O.G. Armadillo, C.O.G. Centaur and C.O.G. King Raven – as well as recreate the Locusts vs. Delta Squad Battle – with these highly detailed sets
With the expertise of the iconic Erector brand, the precision construction and attention-to-detail will engage fans and collectors alike, while the easy-to-follow instructions and cogent vehicle designs make it a fun activity and experience for Gears of War fans at any level. Watch as the Centaur comes to life in this time-lapse video.
Unlike traditional Erector ‘kits’, these models are one-off builds recreating realistic sets from the Microsoft game:
• C.O.G Armadillo – Designed for fast transportation, the C.O.G Armadillo features three rotating gun turrets, a trap door, six wheels and a mobile front tread.
• C.O.G King Raven – This transportation and assault helicopter for the C.O.G army features rotating propellers, two mobile doors and retractable landing gear.
• C.O.G Centaur Tank – This authentic C.O.G tank has a hood-mounted 360° rotating turret with a mobile cannon, four real-working large wheels and a mobile front tread.
• Locusts vs Delta Squad Battle Set – Recreate a battle scene between the C.O.G Delta Squad and the Locusts, including a watchtower, tanks and crates. Then choose your side: the C.O.G. army with the Armadillo and enter the battle!
Ranging in price from $24.99 to $59.99, for ages 8+, the models feature 80 to 300 pieces and all models will include character figures, building instructions, stickers and tools. The Gears of War Erector products are now available exclusively at Toys “R” Us locations and www.toysrus.com. Click here for more info: http://www.prnewswire.com/
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