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If you’ve ever wanted to bring the world of the Fallout video games to your tabletop and wage Warhammer-esque miniatures battles, Modiphius Entertainment has got you covered. We stopped by the Modiphius booth at Gen Con 2017 to take a look at their upcoming 32mm miniatures game Fallout Wasteland Warfare. Take a look at the video below to get the full scoop directly from Chris Birch on what to expect from this game that is directly inspired by the well-loved series of Fallout video games.

With games playable with as few as 3 to as many as 30 figures, the game looks to offer a pretty diverse range of gameplay. The miniatures themselves look very nice, and the terrain that was on offer in the booth was incredible, and made the game look like it was pulled fully-formed from a screenshot from Fallout 4. All of the familiar factions from the video games are going to be represented in Fallout Wasteland Warfare.

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The components on display looked absolutely amazing.

One of the most interesting aspects of Fallout Wasteland Warfare is that it is going to have an AI system, so the game will be fully playable solo, or as a cooperative experience. Players will be able to go on narrative-driven missions in order to get better gear that they can bring back to a settlement that they build up over time. Modiphius also plans to release a future expansion that will add a tower-defense style system to the narrative, mission based gameplay where players will have to defend their base that they have spent so much time and energy building.

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A few miniatures in action during a demo of the game.

Pre-orders for Fallout Wasteland Warefare will be available directly via Modiphius soon, with the game hitting your friendly local game stores in November.

 

What do you think of Fallout Wasteland Warfare? Are you a long time miniatures gamer looking for a new game to sink your teeth into? If you aren’t already a miniatures gamer, is this game going to convince you to take the plunge? Let us know what you think in the comments below.


Travis Williams

Tabletop Editor

Maestro of cardboard and plastic.


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