Bethesda Softworks’ atompunk roleplaying video game series Fallout has been licensed by Modiphius Entertainment to produce a miniatures game: Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.

In the wargame, players command a crew of 32mm high-quality resin miniatures through player vs. player, cooperative, and solo tabletop missions, which can include as few as three or as many as 30 miniatures per side. 

The initial miniatures will come unassembled and unpainted, though Modiphius told ICv2 there are plans to release a preassembled starter set after initial launch. All of the initial miniature offerings are based on Fallout 4.

The initial game will draw mainly from the plots of Fallout 3 and Fallout 4; though Modiphius does have access to Fallout 1 and Fallout 2 for future storylines.

The post-apocalyptic, retro-futuristic Fallout video game series currently consists of five main games and several spinoffs. While the games differ, they are all set in an alternate history version of the United States that diverged from our own after World War II, where society progressed based on the early atomic age technological aspirations of the 1950s. Sometime in the future, a nuclear war devastates the planet, and the games’ protagonist is a survivor from an underground vault sent out into the Wasteland on various missions.