Some products in this sub-series are exclusive to Target stores in the United States, Canadian Tire stores in Canada, and Smyth's in the UK.
The Phantom Corps sub-series features some re-releases of previous RIVAL blasters with a white color scheme and the Phantom Corps logo. Unlike most products of the RIVAL line, Phantom Corps blasters are not team-based; instead, they are advertised to be more of a "rogue" team against the other teams. The sub-series also feature some exclusive blasters that haven't been released to the main series line.
The Phantom Corps sub-series was first discovered in a list of product DPCI codes in May of 2017, and was released soon after. In summer of 2017, four blasters for the Phantom Corps sub-series were leaked. Of the four, the Helios XVIII-700 and the Kronos XVIII-500 were the only two to have a name. However, a member of the Nerf subreddit found the names to the two other blasters on a distributor website: the Hades XVIII-6000 and the Prometheus MXVIII-20K.
Phantom Corps products
- ↑ Adrian Kelly (2017-08-30). Leaked Nerf Blasters (Video). YouTube. Retrieved on 2017-11-15.
- ↑ ahalekelly (2017-11-03). Unreleased Nerf Blaster Names on Distributor Website! (Forum thread). Reddit.com/r/Nerf. Archived from the original on 2019-10-02. Retrieved on 2017-11-15.
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