Archon Bring Wolfenstein To The Tabletop On Kickstarter Soon

February 27, 2020 by brennon

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Archon Studio has been showing off a few more previews of their upcoming board game based on the hit video game series Wolfenstein. You'll be able to take on the role of  B.J. Blazkowicz and his allies as you kill Nazis and seek to cause as much destruction as possible.

Wolfenstein The Board Game - Archon

This take on Wolfenstein will be based on the more recent games, Wolfenstein: The New Order and Wolfenstein: The New Colossus. Instead of taking place during World War II, the clashes you'll be playing take place in the 1960s where the Nazis won World War II and have cemented themselves across the globe.

B.J Blazkowicz will be joined by a number of his allies such as Anya Oliwa, Set Roth, Max Hass, and Bombate in 32mm plastic form. As a fully cooperative experience, you will be taking on your Nazi foes who are then controlled by the game's inbuilt AI mechanics.

Wolfenstein Heroes - Archon

This dungeon crawler style game can be played out in different ways with you either choosing one of the missions to attempt on its own or as part of a campaign. Either way, you'll be taking on Nazi Zombies, Mechanised Nazis and sometimes a mixture of both. You'll also bump into legendary villains from the series too.

Wolfenstein Bosses - Archon

The game looks like it will be nice and dynamic if the miniatures and set-up are anything to go by. I really hope that they have managed to capture the frenetic action of Wolfenstein with its bombastic guns, over-the-top enemies and action and interesting set pieces.

Wolfenstein Enemies Replace

With two-to-five players able to hit the tabletop at once, it seems like it could be a nice laugh for those who love the video game series. A Kickstarter is on the cards for this one so you'll want to keep an eye on their website to see when it goes live.

Story - Wolfenstein

I did enjoy what they did with the new video games, moving it to a new time period and pushing the story of Wolfenstein forward. It was a nice change of pace and whilst you'll still be battling through Castle Wolfenstein I think the different aesthetic for the enemies will make it feel a bit more fresh and apart from regular Weird World War settings.

They will certainly be fun to paint if that's your thing!

"...it seems like it could be a nice laugh for those who love the video game series"

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