Fans of Games Workshop's Warhammer board games will be quite familiar with Warhammer Quest: Cursed City. Set in the Age of Sigmar, the board game was full of miniatures avid players craved as well as a long-running co-op campaign where players work together to fight a tyrannical vampire lord within the titular cursed city of Ulfenkarn. While our own Adam Potts had a lot of positives to say on the game itself, many players didn't have the chance to experience it since its initial run sold out within hours.
Now, Games Workshop have heard the demands. In an official Warhammer-Community post, they have confirmed that more copies of the game are on the way. The post includes an announcement trailer showing a tombstone of the Cursed City game, reading "Gone (Far) Too Soon" with its original release date of April 10, 2021, ending with new boxes bursting out of the grave. It's a display of self-awareness on Games Workshop's part, which pairs with the text following the trailer. It states, "This set sold out quickly when it was released, and many of you have been in touch to ask if it will be back. Today we can confirm that it will indeed rise again."
While Games Workshop has not confirmed an exact release date for this new wave of Warhammer Quest: Cursed City, they did include several additional details. Aside from a call to pay attention to release schedules coming in 2022, they did confirm that this new release of the game will also include all expansions released. This guarantees the new players that dive into this substantive board game will be getting the fullest experience with more dramatic twists and turns to be found within the city. As for whether or not this run of the board game will last longer than a few hours, only time can tell.