Several months ago, it was revealed that Fallout‘s fourth installment was Bethesda’s most successful game, and now it looks like the publisher and developer is giving another company a shot at at making a lucrative and successful tabletop game with Modiphius Entertainment officially announcing that it has a tabletop version of the post-apocalyptic RPG in the works. The news comes from the teaser image seen above that was shared on the firm’s Facebook page over the weekend.
As seen in the figures from the tabletop game’s teaser image, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare will feature several recognizable characters and creatures from Fallout 4, including a few soldiers clad in the series’ iconic power armor and others wearing different kinds of combat gear, as well as some super mutants. Not to mention, there’s even a Deathclaw and a Nuka Cola machine that will be a part of the action in some capacity.
According to Modiphius Entertainment’s Facebook post regarding Fallout: Wasteland Warfare‘s wares, it’s mentioned that the game will feature larger, 32 mm miniatures and will also include player-versus-player, co-operative, and solo missions that cover several titles in the series. That said, though, it’s unclear as to whether or not the game will launch as a Kickstarter or go directly to retail for players to purchase when it’s finished.
For those unaware, Modiphius Entertainment is a multi-format tabletop publisher with a line of various successful Kickstarter campaigns behind it, beginning with the launch of the Achtung! Cthulhu universe on the global crowdfunding platform in 2013. After that, the company has collaborated with the board game designer Matt Leacock of Pandemic fame on the successful Thunderbirds Co-operative Board Game, and Modiphius has also put out tabletop role-playing games based on the Conan, DUST, and Infinity universes.
Fallout: Wasteland Warfare‘s release will put the title alongside numerous other tabletop versions of famous video game franchises. For example, Steamforged Games recently put out a Dark Souls tabletop game with the help of publisher Bandai Namco Entertainment and developer From Software. With any luck, Modiphius Entertainment’s Fallout-themed tabletop miniature title will not only be an interesting spin on the post-apocalyptic RPG, but also will provide fans with engaging gameplay.
Fallout: Wasteland Warfare is currently without a release date.