Pre-Orders Begin For Modiphius’ Fallout: Wasteland Warfare

October 4, 2017 by brennon

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Modiphius has now begun taking pre-orders for their new game, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare. You can get stuck in and pick up their Two-Player Starter Set as well as a whole bunch of extras to add to your experience in the post-apocalypse as you leave your vault!

Fallout Two Player Starter Set

When it comes to getting into the game the first port of call should probably be this set. It comes with a whole host of miniatures and all of the gubbins you need to get going with the game.

Fallout Models

The game supports player vs player as well as cooperative and narrative experiences on the tabletop. You can either play through scenarios against the game in campaign-style play OR you can duke it out in 'Caps' based battles which is their version of points.

Adding progress and growth to the game you can then upgrade your crew of survivors with perks, weapons, gear and more. This works across all types of encounters giving the game a very sandbox feel.

Core Sets

As well as the Two-Player Starter Set which you see above which comes with a smattering of interesting models from a selection of the different sets out there you can also buy Core Boxes for the different factions if you want to get more specific with your collection.

Survivors Core Box


Wasteland Creatures Core Box

Wasteland Creatures

Super Mutants Core Box

Super Mutants

Robots Core Box


Brotherhood Of Steel Core Box

Brotherhood Of Steel

These sets each give you a set of models to expand your group of survivors and drop in interesting creatures and other encounters into your games of Fallout. You'll find all of the cards and gubbins you'll need to play with them in each set.

Personally, in simply looking to paint up some of these models I think the Robot and the Wasteland Creatures sets could be fantastic.


As well as the models you'll also need some terrain to make your post-apocalypse look just right. Modiphius has teamed up with Battlesystems for the rather epic looking Red Rocket Scenic Set as a basis for your adventures on the tabletop.

Red Rocket Scenic Pack

The clip together card terrain makes for a great starting point for your games and also comes with a few resin pieces to throw into the mix as well. Talking of resin, the team at Modiphius also have lots of different packs for you to pick up, all of which are featured on their webstore HERE.

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