After much teasing, Valaverse finally showed off the first sample of the upcoming 1:12 scale vehicle for the Action Force line: the Vanguard! The preview appeared on the company’s Instagram.
The Vanguard is an officially licensed 1:12 scale version of Rezvani’s Tank. The tactical off-road vehicle is an expensive real-world Action Force SUV. The various options buyers can add to their Tank are things like thermal and night vision, EMP protection, bulletproofing, and more.
Sounds expensive, right? You bet. The base model is $175,000, with the more militarized versions going for over a quarter of a million dollars!
However, the scaled-down Action Force Vanguard is far more affordable. Unlike Hasbro’s Engine of Vengence failed crowdfunder, Valaverse isn’t relying on backers to make this thing a reality, and it is only going to be $185!
The Vanguard will feature several moving parts, interchangeable turrets, effects parts, and who knows what else.
“Bobby Vala is joined by @laserpants81 to review the 1st test shot sample of the highly anticipated, not crowdfunded, Action Force Vanguard vehicle. The fellas will be going over all the details and answering your questions. Head over to the Valaverse YouTube channel to subscribe and get notifications for this awesome stream happening Tuesday, 10/3 at 9:00pm EST. You won’t want to miss this. https://www.youtube.com/@Valaverse“
Bobby Vala, the founder of Valaverse, spoke with us at length about the relaunched toy line and how he discovered the car that would inspire the Vanguard vehicle. Check out the interview below. Also, check out our reviews of several Action Force figures here.
What do you think of the inclusion of this vehicle into the Action Force line? Let us know in the comments section below.[Source: Valaverse’s Instagram]
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