Nerf has announced a collaboration with Minecraft, turning items from both Minecraft and Minecraft Dungeons into real-life blasters.
Two blasters – the Nerf Minecraft Pillager's Crossbow and the Nerf Minecraft Stormlander – are available to buy today. The Pillager's Crossbow takes inspiration from the original Minecraft and is fired by pulling back a priming lever and pulling the trigger – allowing you to fire three Nerf Elite darts at once. It comes in at $26.49.
The Stormlander is inspired by Minecraft Dungeons, and is based on that game's hammer weapon. Loaded with three darts in the top of the hammer, you fire by pulling a trigger on the handle. It comes in at $20.99. You can check out all the entire Nerf Minecraft line in the gallery below:
Also available for pre-order today are three Nerf Microshots blasters. The single-shot blasters each take inspiration from a Minecraft mob – the Dragon, Guardian, and Ghast – and each one will cost $10.99.
The can buy or pre-order the entire Nerf Minecraft line from Walmart now.
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