Project Z From Warlord Games Returns For A Very Limited Print Run

September 30, 2021 by fcostin

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Warlord Games, renowned for its historical miniatures games. Heading up titles on the sea, air and land alike Bolt Action, Blood Red Skies, Victory at Sea and many more.

A popular skirmish wargame from Warlord Games is being resurrected, following the 2016 title Project Z back to the tabletop. With a limited edition pre-order run, the game will include updated rules to bring the apocalypse into 2021.

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Gameplay Example // Project Z

Players will head into the streets, in an attempt to survive the harsh environment of the flesh-eating onslaught. 1-3 players will need to scope the infected city, in search of citizens in need. All of which heading off in style in a loud but awesome motorbike.

Utilising a need to survive, players will need to survive in a scenario that will test all aspects. Keeping an eye on ammo and resources to determine life or death, players will hope to see the sunrise the next day with their limbs intact and uninfected!

How long players can survive is down to them. There may not be light at the end of the tunnel for Project Z, but players can sure take down a lot of infected before they meet the bitter end.

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Spec Ops // Project Z

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Biker Gang // Project Z

Taking control of the survivors out there along with street vigilantes and hoodlums, players will utilize bespoke dice and cards with quick and easy setup. With the hope to rack up a comfortable amount of victory points in-game - each player must use strategy to persist and endure the flesh-eating onslaught.

Be warned, although this title has been proven popular. Warlord has announced that this title will be as part of a very limited print run. Once the game is gone and sold out, it is gone!

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Project Z Starter Set // Warlord Games

Pre-orders will be going live on the 2nd of October, so players can get their hands on the Starter Game, and a ton of different expansions to add diversity to the title right in time for spooky season.

Think you have what it takes to survive Project Z?

"Taking control of the survivors out there along with street vigilantes and hoodlums, players will utilize bespoke dice and cards with quick and easy setup."

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