In the American Psycho boardgame, play as murderous investment bankers

In the American Psycho boardgame, play as murderous investment bankers

In an upcoming board game based on American Psycho, play as killer investment bankers.

A Killer Game is a movie board game adapted from the modern classic starring Christian Bale, which is in itself a sequel to a novel written by Bret Easton Ellis American Psycho: A Killer Game. Set in the same scene as the film, A Killer Game sees players working for the Pierce & Pierce company, trying to make the most profitable deal possible while avoiding their threatening hobby.

Every turn of the game simulates a meeting at a business where players must provide a card in their hand, but each turn will be successful. Every turn of A Killer Game will have a killer suit that will match the first player''s name. However, players may also utilize the suit to win over a higher-numbered card.

Players will need to be prepared for each turn or meeting in a Killer Game, which includes scene cards. Throughout the game, players will be forced to draw murder cards which will gradually pile up, making it harder for them to conceal their horrific crimes. Upon completion of the game, players will be forced to draw murder cards, which will minus a point from a player''s final point total, which will make it harder to win. However, if they manage to collect the most murder cards of the group, they will be

Renegade Game Studios, the company responsible for a variety of other licensed tabletop titles, such as the Transformers Deck-Building Game and the Power Rangers Deck-Building Game, will publish American Psycho: A Killer Game.

Patrick Bateman, a wealthy investment banker, flaunts his wealth through his fashion, business cards, apartments, and dining choices, is a feature in American Psycho. Both the film and the book are a retrospective of the yuppie past and his wealth obsession.

The release date for American Psycho: A Killer Game is set for sometime in 2023, with a retail price still to be confirmed.

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