Nerf Rival Curve Shot to shoot like in the movies | Digital Trends Spanish
Nerf made possible something we only saw in the movies before: firing (rubber) bullets around a curve, just like Angelina Jolie and James McAvoy did in SE busca.
This is because each of Nerf’s three new Rival Curve blasters have a barrel that can be rotated to change the angle of the shot.
In this way, in addition to the traditional straight-line shot, the foam balls can be bent to the right, left or down.
This gives the user an important strategic advantage over those who try to hide behind some structure to cover themselves.
These three Nerf Rival Curve Shot blasters will be available for the next several months. The single-shot Rival Curve Shot Flex XXI-100 will cost $ 15, while the Rival Curve Shot Sideswipe XXI-1200 will cost $ 25. Both will be sold from March.
For its part, the Rival Curve Shot Helix XXI-2000 will be priced at $ 30 and will be released in August.
As usual, for the use of any of these three blasters, Hasbro recommends the use of eye protection at all times.
It should be remembered that the Rival line of Nerf was presented in 2015. Instead of darts, these devices incorporated foam balls that can reach up to 110km / h.
Although the company has presented different updates for this line, the one recently announced, in short, will be one of the most valued by fans of these toys, also by those who have tried to imitate the way of shooting that we usually see in the movies of action.