What’s being billed as the first tabletop miniatures game based on the Fallout franchise is on the way. Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, as it’s called, is in the works at England-based tabletop game-maker Modiphius Entertainment and is slated to come out this November.
— Chris Birch (@Modiphius) April 21, 2017
Factions, allies, and characters from across the Fallout series are represented in the new tabletop game. The 32nm minitatures, for things like Nuka Cola vending machines and Dogmeat, are made of “high-quality” resin, the maker said.
Here is more from the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare description (via Polygon):
“Fallout: Wasteland Warfare will include an entire narrative campaign arc as well as unique random missions with narrative-style objectives, and Crew Caps recovered in missions can be used to improve the crew’s perks, weapons, gear, and upgrades for the next encounter. In either Player vs. Player, or Tournament mode, players will try to survive the tabletop wasteland.”
There will be options for solo play and co-op. Play packs will be sold at retail stores.
Fallout: Wasteland Warfare will become available to preorder this summer ahead of its launch in November. Pricing was not announced. You can visit Modiphius’ website to learn more about the game.
Modiphius is also behind the Star Trek Adventures, Mutant Chronicles, and Conan tabletop role-playing games. You can learn more about the company here.