Cryptozoic has revealed the Prelaunch page for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns— The Game. The game is coming soon to Kickstarter! Sign-up to get notified when the project launches.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns— The Game is a solo board game experience in which a player dons the cowl and journeys through one of the most popular Batman stories ever told. Instead of traditional leveling up, this is a game of attrition. Batman comes out of retirement and tries to survive one final gauntlet, facing old and new villains…and even his most powerful ally, Superman! Playable as standalone missions or one epic playthrough where results of each mission carry over to the next.
Plus, sure to satisfy gamers and collectors alike, the deluxe version of the game will include 16+ minis designed in the distinct Frank Miller art style of the comic!
Cryptozoic has announced that their Dark Knight Returns Board Game is coming to Kickstarter in early 2021!
The game is designed by award-winning designer, Daryl Andrews (Sagrada) and Morgan Dontanville (Asgard’s Chosen), from the ground up as a solo board game experience in which a player dons the cowl and journeys through one of the most popular Batman stories ever told!
Instead of traditional leveling up, this is a game of attrition. An old Batman tries to survive one final gauntlet, facing old and new villains… and even his most powerful ally. The Dark Knight Returns Board Game is playable as standalone “missions” or one epic playthrough where results of each mission carry over to the next.
We’ll have more news as it becomes available.
Knight Models has begun rolling out their previews of the next releases for their Marvel Universe Miniature Game and Batman Miniature Game. While the game company has teased one release so far, we don’t officially know what else we should expect for the two games.
Except we’ve got the scoop of releases, though not images of the miniatures.
So far, Knight Models has teased Carrie Kelley and the Sons of Batman for the Batman Miniature Game. Joining Kelley is a Frank Miller version of Oliver Queen (so we’re expecting a Dark Knight Returns look), as well as a new version of the Joker with Robotic Dolls, and finally the Flash’s nemesis Gorilla Grodd makes his debut after being seen in the “The Flash and Arrow” expansion book for the game.
We’ll be on the lookout when official images of the models are released.