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Deathclaws and power armor and mutant hounds…oh my! Do you love games but hate dealing with those messy consoles or computers? Do you feel like you’re missing out on big franchises? Well, worry not tabletop gamers…there’s a Fallout tabletop game headed your way.

For those of us that love the Fallout franchise, the idea of exploring even more of the Wasteland seems like a dream come true. According to Nerdist, Bethesda is teaming up with Modiphius to bring the 3-D dystopian Wonderland to your home.

Fallout tabletop game

The new game is called Fallout: Wasteland Warfare and you will see some familiar faces in the figurines, such as: T-60 Power Armor, super mutants and mutant hounds, deathclaws and a Nuka-Cola machine.

Modiphius posted pictures Facebook as well as letting us know that the game will offer player vs. player as well as solo and co-op missions. On the Modiphius website, it had this to say about the game play:

“In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players will build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies and iconic characters from the Fallout series, and play in apocalyptic games of 3 – 30 high quality 32mm scale resin miniatures through a huge variety of iconic scenery and settlement buildings, from the Red Rocket to Sanctuary Hills, Nuka- Cola vending machines and wrecked vehicles. Settlements will include buildings, defenses and resources that impact the crew’s army list and abilities in the wasteland.”

Fallout tabletop game
There will be a complete playable story set in what looks to be Boston since Sanctuary Hills is a playable location. Modiphius is well known to fund their games through Kickstarter campaigns but there is no word yet on if the Fallout tabletop game will be it’s next Kickstarter success story.

Fallout tabletop game

I don’t know about you, but after two years of playing Fallout 4 and its DLCs, I’m still ready to head back into that wasteland. Give me a laser pistol and some stolen raider armor and let’s get to it.

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