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Martin Wallace’s ‘Wildlands’ is Coming from Osprey Games in Late 2018

Wildlands (Osprey Games)Although it’s a ways off, an interesting looking miniatures driven board game design from Martin Wallace is slated for a Q4 2018 release from Osprey Games. In Wildlands, two to four players will enter a world of adventure as each looks to lead their faction to power over a fantasy kingdom in ruins. No word on MSRP or an exact release date as of yet but Wildlands is for ages 14+ and will play in around 30-60 minutes.

From Osprey:

Osprey Games is delighted to announce its first miniatures board game, Martin Wallace’s Wildlands, scheduled for worldwide release in Q4 2018.

In this fantasy game for two to four players, rival factions struggle for power in the ruins of a once-great kingdom, now known simply as the Wildlands. Each skirmish sees players attempt to outwit, outmanoeuvre, and overpower their opponents as they fight for riches and glory, scoring points by defeating enemy characters and collecting treasure. Familiarity with your favoured faction will help, but adaptability is the key to victory, as a semi-randomized set-up and double-sided board means that no two battles will tell the same tale.

The great evil has fallen, and has taken the capital with it. Where once there was a kingdom, there is now only the Wildlands. In a lawless fantasy world, you must band together for survival, treasure, or maybe even glory. Players control rival factions, each with a unique deck of cards dictating their abilities across the battlefield. Some focus on ranged prowess, some on raw strength, and others on the bond between characters, offering a wide range of playstyles to explore.

Created by award-winning game designer Martin Wallace, this miniatures board game contains everything you need to dive straight into the dynamic fantasy world of Wildlands. Simple enough to pick up and play, but packed with tactical nuances that will keep you coming back for more, it is the perfect approachable skirmish game with endless replayability.

Jeff McAleer

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