K’Nex reveals Titanfall building toys

Published on: 13th January 2014

The new range will launch in the UK in Autumn 2014; visitors to the London Toy Fair are set to gain an advanced sneak peek of the collection.knextitanfall300

The K’Nex Titanfall Building Sets come as a result of an agreement between Respawn Entertainment, creator of the video game which is set to release on March 11, 2014, and K’Nex. The relationship combines the award-winning K’Nex building system with the Titanfall World, bringing it from the digital screen to the construction aisle for the first time. With over 80 prestigious gaming awards earned before the game’s launch, Titanfall is full of action and appeals to gamers of all ages. Titanfall will be available on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.

Paul Fogarty, managing director of K’Nex UK, commented: “We’re delighted that the Titanfall Building Sets will be joining our collection, and that we are able to reveal a glimpse of them here at the London Toy Fair. The game pre-launch buzz is already generating a huge following and fans of all ages will be able to build the Titanfall Frontier in their own homes.”

Sets in the collection by K’Nex will include popular characters such as pilots, multiple Titans, Spectres and other key themes from the video game. Designed for builders aged eight years plus, the building sets will bring the fun of the game to life, and expand its appeal through a rewarding, age-appropriate K’Nex building experience.

K’Nex will be located on Stand 510 at Toy Fair.

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