ATLUS Unicorn Overlord and Hero Forge Partnership Giveaway Announced

Known for their customized tabletop miniatures and statuettes, Hero Forge is teaming up with Atlus for a giveaway that celebrates the launch of Vanillaware’s tactical fantasy RPG Unicorn Overlord.

As part of this giveaway, the first 3,000 people to sign up for SEGA’s newsletter by February 29 will be able to claim a voucher code to customize and receive a uniquely designed Color Standee (see them for yourself on the official Hero Forge website). Valued at $12.99, this Color Standee will be delivered straight to one’s doorsteps.

Note that players will be able to choose from different in-depth creator tools – including the Unicorn Overlord Heraldry emblem – to recreate favorite units or characters from the title. Whether one wants to show their allegiance to the Empire of Zenoria or one of Fevrith’s five Kingdoms, different iconic emblems can be added to one’s shields.

The world of Unicorn Overlord will come out for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch on March 8. In the interim, all those interested about Unicorn Overlord can do so via the official website for the game.

Source: Press Release
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