The Star Trek: Official Starships Collection warps into the future with new 32nd Century vessels from Star Trek: Discovery
Black Alert! The Star Trek: Official Starships Collection is warping into the future with a new collection from Star Trek: Discovery. The Discovery collection will soon welcome the breathtaking vessels from the third and fourth seasons of the hit series. Included in the new collection are the futuristic Starfleet vessels of the 32nd Century. And headlining the fleet is the sleek U.S.S. Discovery (NCC-1031-A) refit.
After arriving in the 32nd Century, The Discovery was retrofitted with a new exterior design; floating warp nacelles, and programmable matter technology. It was a bold step forward, and the retrofit generated mixed reactions from the fans. But the vessel still held onto her impressively stylized design. And the new Eaglemoss model reflects that beautifully. The Eaglemoss team appears to have decided on transparent clips to hold the free-floating warp nacelles in place, which is a bold choice. Let’s check it out:
THE U.S.S. DISCOVERY – A
U.S.S Discovery-A (Refit): The U.S.S. Discovery NCC-1031 underwent an extensive refit at Federation headquarters following the ship’s sudden and violent arrival in the 32nd century. It was upgraded with futuristic technology and recommissioned as the U.S.S. Discovery NCC-1031-A. The Discovery-A model measures in at about 7.8 inches long, and will cost you $54.95 / €49.99 / £39.99. Or, £59.99 for XL Edition.
The next vessel warping into the collection is Cleveland Booker’s small scout ship. In the series, the impressive craft comes with the ability to morph its hull mid-flight and even fit inside Discovery’s shuttle bay. But, don’t expect the model to do the same! The Eaglemoss team is good…but not that good! Check out the reveal below:
Booker Cleveland’s Ship: Cleveland Booker’s small scout ship is equipped with a cloaking device, subspace communications system, and several faster-than-light propulsion systems. Most impressively, the ship’s “morph” capability enables it to reassemble into different configurations… even mid-flight. Book’s ship measures in at just under 8 inches in width, and will set you back $54.95 / €49.99 / £39.99.
If that isn’t enough to have you running a full diagnostic on the warp core; the team is also exploring the vessels of the covert ops organization Section 31. And the flagship is the first out of drydock. Check it out below:
Section 31 Deimos-Class: The covert ops organization Section 31 secretly developed and deployed a number of stealth ships, with the Deimos-Class serving as mothership. It’s actually based on a Federation design for a smaller intel science destroyer and was extended to a length of nearly 900 meters. The Deimos also boasts swarms of autonomous drone-fighters stored in the saucer “wings” on either side of its central spine.
What a fantastic collection. The vessels of the 32nd Century truly are breathtaking, and that only makes Eaglemoss Collections’ final reveal all the more breathtaking. The last of the pipeline reveals is the all-new U.S.S. Voyager. The evolution of Captain Kathryn Janeway’s vessel gets a new lease of life in the future, and she looks as beautiful as ever.
U.S.S. VOYAGER (NCC-74656-J): The newest version of the U.S.S. Voyager, which made its maiden trip in Star Trek: Voyager with Captain Kathryn Janeway at the helm, represents “ten generations of technological evolution” and exists in the 32nd century where Star Trek: Discovery is now set. The sleek new U.S.S. Voyager-J will retail for $54.95 / €49.99 / £39.99.
In this time, it is “tasked with maintaining the protection field around Federation Headquarters.”
Expect these new additions to the Star Trek: Official Starships Collection to emerge from warp sometime in the new year. The U.S.S. Discovery-A XL is already listed for pre-order on the official website and has a February-released date penciled in. As for the rest of the fleet, keep checking the site for the latest information.
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