A former Warhammerdesigner is releasing a new skirmish miniatures game for Fallout 4

A former Warhammerdesigner is releasing a new skirmish miniatures game for Fallout 4

Fallout Factions: Nuka World, a skirmish miniatures game set in the post-apocalyptic castle, is getting a new tabletop adaptation.

Fallout 4 has become the most recent numbered entry in the long-running series of roleplaying games based in the remnants of a nuclear war. That means, unless you count 2018''s online multiplayer instalment Fallout 76, which is likely to be best not to.

In skirmish battles, Nuka World will pit the various factions of the wasteland against one another. In skirmish games, the majority of them are characterized by a small handful of miniatures.

Each box will include 10 32mm figures in hard plastic in Fallout Factions. The first sets will consist of three gangs - the Operators, the Pack, and the Disciples - formed from Fallouts'' antagonistic bandit enemies, the Raiders.

James M. Hewitt, a former Games Workshop designer, has played many games including Warhammer spin-offs Necromunda and Adeptus Titanicus, the tabletop adaptations of video game Devil May Cry and comic Hellboy, and the brutal fantasy football game Blood Bowl.

Modiphius, the publisher of the Fallout miniatures game Wasteland Warfare, has announced that the game models will be fully compatible with Wasteland Warfare, according to the studio. Each miniature will include several build options.

Fallout Factions will focus on a competitive battle for territory, with players units planning to take control of the titular Nuka World. Combat will be powered by ten-sided dice and a streamlined resolution system that is said to be excellent for beginners and quick matches.

According to Modiphius, future release plans to expand the game beyond Fallout 4, introducing other prominent factions and regions in the Fallout wasteland.

A publisher informed the publisher that it would support the game with organized play at local stores from the start, but did not disclose what form the tournament system might take.

Nuka World will be released next year, according to Fallout Factions.

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