Modiphius Releases a Resin Starter Upgrade & Boston Street Scatter 3D file for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare
Modiphius has revealed the latest Fallout: Wasteland Warfare releases! First up is the official 3D print range expands with the Streets of Boston STL set which unleashes a raft of street furniture and searchables to add more distinction and flavour for your tabletop wargames and RPG adventures, available now on Modiphius.net and DriveThruRPG.com and you can also get the Boston Scatter and Boston Searchables in resin still along with the other items featured in the set like the Nuka Cola Machine and ammo boxes.
Modiphius has also made upgrading to a Resin 2-Player Starter Set much easier, halving the price from £45 to £22.5, and thrown in a massive reduction on the fearsome resin Deathclaw 2019 down from £22 to £11 to boot! Hurry though, sale prices are only available until Monday 11th May!
The ruins of Boston still hold treasures for those willing to go looking and able to survive the urban decay left behind after the bombs fell. From refrigerators to trash bins to ice boxes and dumpsters, an intrepid survivor might find weapons, ammo, chems or even (mostly) edible foodstuff hidden within this array of street furniture. This 3D print file contains STLs for the following:
Ammo Cluster, Military Trunk, Steamer Trunk, Suitcase, Wood Crate, Dumpster, Dumpster Lid, EatOTronic, Gas Pump, Ice box, Mail Box, Refrigerator, Trash Bin, Nuka Cola Machine, Radioactive Barrels x 5 variants
Upgrade to Resin Today!
With a 50% reduction on these sets till monday it’s a great time to upgrade your starter set plastics.
This features the humanoid models from the two player starter made in multi-part high quality resin. It includes 11 models to start your adventures in Fallout Wasteland Warfare. This set is miniatures only and does not include any other items. You get the Survivors, including Nora and Dogmeat, the T60 power armour, the Super Mutants and Mutant Hounds. Note it does not include the resin Deathclaw or Alien Zetan.
There is no more terrifying sound in the wasteland than the roar of a Deathclaw. When heard far off, wanderers would do well to head swiftly in the opposite direction. When heard close by, the only options are hide, flee or fight. Chances are it won’t matter what you choose – the outcome will be the same.