Wyrd Games’ Releases For Malifaux & More In June 2021!

March 18, 2021 by fcostin

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There is an abundance of products coming up from Wyrd Games this June with not only miniatures releases for Malifaux, but a closer look at the release of Bayou Bash and a returning Fate Deck on the horizon. I have picked out some of the products which have drawn my eye, but the full list of previews can be found here.

Outcast Starter Box // Wyrd Games

The Outcasts are getting their own starter box following the Explorer's Society's Starter Box. As somebody who follows the story and lore side of Malifaux, I have been waiting for an excuse to get into other factions of the game as I have only dipped my toe into Neverborn. These starter boxes are great for those who are new, like me, as you are provided with a great place to get stuck in with a faction of miniatures. And even better, the miniatures inside come pre-assembled!

Iconic Fate Deck // Wyrd Games

The fan-favourite, Iconic Fate Deck has returned! For those who picked this deck up the first time round, these cards were originally plastic with an interesting gripping texture - stopping them from sliding all over the tabletop! I wonder if this time around what changes will be made to the deck, or whether it will be a reprint.

Iconic Fate Deck // Wyrd Games

The long-anticipated title Bayou Bash is making its way to Wyrd fans this June, with its quirky, light-hearted racing style theme that will only take an hour to play. This is not a racing game for the faint-hearted! It may look whimsical but the theme of the new board game is quite chaotic! You will be required to throw your opponents off the track and onto several different obstacles, and onwards and upwards into victory.

There are a lot of diverse products coming from Wyrd, and in my opinion, it is nice to see a bit of diversity coming too and not just Malifaux miniature releases.

What is your favourite preview from Wyrd Games coming this June? 

"There are a lot of diverse products coming from Wyrd, and in my opinion, it is nice to see a bit of diversity coming too and not just Malifaux miniature releases. "

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