Hasbro revealed a new line of three new NERF blasters with curve shots available later this year and designed for kids ages 14 and up.
The first new blaster is the NERF Rival Curve Shot Flex XXI-100, launching March 1. This foam blaster shoots around corners for maximum curving action. After loading rounds, you can choose whether the round shoots straight, to the right, to the left, or down for varying shots.
Next, is the NERF Rival Curve Shot Sideswipe XXI-1200, also available on March 1. Similarly, this blaster can fire rounds straight, to the right, to the left, or down. Additionally, it includes a 12-round side-loading internal magazine for continued shots.
Finally, the NERF Rival Curve Shot Helix XXI-2000 debuts on Aug. 1. With the same curving technology, the Helix also features an easy-load hopper for quick reloading and a trigger that launches rounds at a velocity of 90 feet per second.