Dominate The Wasteland With Fallout Tabletop Miniatures Game

Looks like Game of Thrones isn't the only franchise getting its own badarse tabletop game. Now Fallout fans can recreate the game's famous post-apocalyptic hellscape from their coffee tables.

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Modiphius Entertainment, the team behind Star Trek Adventures, has announced its latest project — Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, a tabletop miniatures game based in the Fallout universe. The tabletop game has players build their own crews to build and develop settlements, using a variety of factions and allies from the series. Currently, there are at least 30 resin miniatures planned, including characters and iconic set pieces (like turrets and the Nuka Cola machine).

According to the press release, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare includes a narrative campaign arc, as well as random missions with narrative-style objectives to earn Crew Caps for perks and weapons. There are cooperative missions for players to engage in together, as well as PvP scenarios and tournaments, where players are pitted against each other. However, for those wanting to do things by themselves, the game comes with a solo-play AI deck that can be customised for each player's strengths and weaknesses. Fallout: Wasteland Warfare is set to come out this November.

[Press Release]


Comments

    So what are we talking about when we say "Tabletop miniatures game"?

    Are we talking about a board game like Zombicide: Black Plague with heaps of miniatures, board tiles and campaign missions in a single purchase package? Or are we talking about something more akin to Warhammer where you go and buy individual pieces to create your own army and you create the environment by yourself?

    If they're talking about the former I'm all for it. I love cooperative board games and am currently waiting for Massive Darkness, Day Night Z and Deep Madness to be completed and delivered and I'm hanging for the Kickstarter for Zombicide: Green Horde to start. Getting everything you need in a single pack is just so handy and makes for a consistent experience.

    If they're talking about the latter, I'm afraid I'll give it a pass. I don't have the time nor inclination to do the research into the best stat parties, etc and then chasing down those miniatures online.

      Haven't looked closely but based on my twitter feed it is the latter

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