@Alessio De Carolis
It sounds like Wargames Atlantic will be able to test the waters a little with the "Trojan Chariot" kit.
It would be amazing if they (Wargames Atlantic) would basically "make" a market with a Trojan War boxed game with two sides in it. Big buzz. Big by in. Something like we saw around the release of "Mortal Gods".
Big Box Game Release - "Against the Gates of Troy":
Two foot regiments and two chariots per side. Two printed character miniatures per side. (Hector, Aeneas, Ajax, and Diomedes perhaps). Possibly some terrain. (Walls? Beached ships)? Extra points if there is a Trojan horse cardboard cutout ala the 40K 2nd Edition Ork Kan or the Warhammer 4th Edition Goblin Chariot/Elf Lord on Griffin/Ork catapult.
Or a less ambitious toe in the water smaller box game - "Demi-Gods".
Box includes 4 plastic chariots and possibly some printed heros. Maybe some terrain (possibly cardboard). Game sees 4 chariots dueling like WW1 fighter planes and/or jousting like knights and sometimes dismounting for intense mortal combat.
Kind of a mix of this:
(Imagine stony outcrops, and corners of stone walls gone to ruin, to navigate around instead of the spires)
(I heard the fantasy version of this game, which I can not remember the name of, was actually pretty good).
Or release both boxes/games one after another and buying them both allows you to collect a bigger more balance force with more terrain.