HasLab War for Cybertron Unicron: Production Update #2
HasLab has just posted a new Unicron update and we are here to share it with you! You can read the full update after the break! Want to interact with more Transformers fans? Be sure to check out our forums or you can join our discord by clicking on this invite link: https://discord.gg/ZnUQxya You can also follow us on Twitter via @AllsparkNews or join our Facebook group!
In these chaotic times, the Chaos Bringer finds order.
Here is 1 mold which includes the face of Unicron. This is what the plastic is run through in the factory.
And here is the T1 sample, standing at 27 inches tall when on his stand. This is the first photo of him in plastic, albeit a funky array of colored plastics. Without rings, he is 16 inches wide, but with rings, he hangs over our engineer’s side table at 32 inches wide. And not including the stand, he has a depth of 11 inches. The stand itself has a width and depth of 21.5 inches.
Since we’re still in these very early stages, all dimensions are approximate and subject to changes.
The results are in…
And the answer is yes.
Our engineer’s cat, Charlie, was ready to assist. He’s a professional sitter.
As you can see, the results show Unicron is very big.
The Chaos Bringer really brings the whole room together. And fills the space nicely in planet mode at 33 inches tall and 37 inches wide including his ring. Without the ring he’s 20 inches wide.
Again, since we’re still in these very early stages, all dimensions are approximate and subject to changes.
So sometimes they take a much-needed fishing break.
We really want to make sure Unicron is durable, so our trusty engineer’s assistant, Charlie, did a bite test.
He checked both horns. He’s very thorough. But not even the fangs of this “ferocious” feline could defeat such a formidable foe.
However, there was one thing left inconclusive, does this make Charlie The Planet Eater Eater?
And now, a sneak peek of final package graphics:
Despite the unique circumstances and a little cat hair on the sample, we’re still plugging along, working to bring you the Bringer of Chaos you’ve been anxiously anticipating.
Stay tuned for Unicron Update #3 down the line when we’ll bring you even more updates on our development process.