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Wargaming in the Wasteland!— Official description

Fallout: Wasteland Warfare is a Fallout-themed miniatures wargame from Modiphius Entertainment. It was released on August 14, 2018, after being announced on April 25, 2017.

The game uses 32mm miniatures and can be played in a variety of ways including solo, cooperative and player-vs-player.[1]


In Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, players build their own crew from a wide range of factions, allies and iconic characters from the Fallout series, and play in apocalyptic games of 3 - 30 high quality 32mm scale resin miniatures through a huge variety of iconic scenery and settlement buildings, from the Red Rocket to Sanctuary Hills, Nuka-Cola vending machines and wrecked vehicles. Settlements include buildings, defenses and resources that impact the crew's army list and abilities in the wasteland.

Fallout: Wasteland Warfare includes an entire narrative campaign arc as well as unique random missions with narrative-style objectives, and Crew Caps recovered in missions can be used to improve the crew’s perks, weapons, gear, and upgrades for the next encounter. In either Player vs. Player, or Tournament mode, players can try to survive the tabletop wasteland.

The game also comes with a customizable solo-play AI deck to control enemies that play to their strengths and replicate a faction's tactics while attempting a narrative mission or perfecting settlement-building strategy. Players can also team up with a friend to defend a larger settlement or explore narrative missions in cooperative games against AI forces or the post-apocalyptic dangers of the wasteland.[2]

In September 2020, after three months of open beta testing, Modiphius released a companion app for the game on Android and iOS. Developed by a third party developer who originally started the app as a hobby project, the app received mixed reviews from fans of the game, mainly due to the pricing strategy, which involves buying card packs for each new wave. However many fans on the Fallout: Wasteland Warfare Facebook group have spoken out in support of the app, rating it favourably against similar efforts from Games Workshop. The app's developer, Jamie Morris, wrote an article explaining the pricing strategy, but it continues to divide opinions. As of launch, the app includes the following features to support the game:

  • Force builder
  • Battle tracker
  • Automated AI
  • Guided Settlement Tracker
  • Networked play
  • Card reference library
  • Automated stat adjustments based on equipment and perks
  • Tutorial Scenarios



Brotherhood of Steel

The Institute





Super mutants


Children of Atom



For a full overview of terrain pieces, terrain expansions, and rules for terrain, see Fallout: Wasteland Warfare terrain.

  • AA turret
  • Ammo case
    • Ammo pouch
  • Ant
  • Ant nests
  • Armored personnel carrier[3]
  • Armor workbench
  • Art deco statues
    • Corner angel statue
    • Giant head statue
    • Kirby head statue
    • Metroman
    • Metrowoman
    • Shroud head statue
    • Torso man statue
  • Atrium staircase
  • Axe
  • Barrels, crates and coffins scatter
  • Barricade 1-5
    • Concrete barricade
    • Overturned jeep barricade
  • Basing greebles
    • Downtown debris
    • Logs, stumps, and roots
    • Mushrooms and fungi
    • Plants and crops
    • Skulls and bones
    • Slabs and stones
  • Bed
    • Bed frame
    • Bed mattress
  • Bobbleheads 1-20
  • Brahmin chair
  • Brahmin couch
  • Campfire
  • Camp stove
  • Cat
  • Chemistry station
  • Chems and meds
    • Buffout
    • Daddy-O
    • Daytripper
    • Jet
    • Medkit 1-6
    • Med-X
    • Mentats
    • Psycho
    • RadAway
    • Rad-X 1-2
    • Stealth Boy
    • Stimpak
    • X-cell
  • Computer terminal
  • Construction light
  • Cooking fire
  • Corpse 1-3
  • Corvega Atomic V-8 sedan
  • Crashed UFO
  • Crashed vertibird
  • Deskside cabinet
  • Dry Rock Gulch buildings
  • Dry Rock Gulch signage
  • Dufflebag
  • Dumpster
  • Eat-o-tronic
  • Fence
  • Feral ghoul chair
  • Flora clusters
  • Food
    • BlamCo
    • Bottle of rum
    • Bottle of vodka
    • Bottle of whiskey
    • Carrot pile
    • Cram
    • Brain fungus
    • Melon
    • Mothman eggs
    • Mutfruit 1-2
    • Nuka-Cola bottle 1-2
    • Pumpkin 1-2
    • Tato 1-2
    • Water carton 1-2
    • Water purified
  • Forecourt canopies
  • Fox
  • Frog
  • Gas canisters
  • Gas signs
  • Grave
  • Heavy duty consoles
  • Ice box
  • The Interloper
  • Jeep
  • Junk barricades
  • Laser turrets
  • Lost diver
  • Machine gun turrets
  • Mail box
  • Mascot statue
  • Metal box
  • Metal Dome
    • Blood rock
    • Buried car
    • Buried truck
    • Closed buried lorry
    • Closed robot fabricator
    • Flooring
    • Fuel tank
    • Oil drums
    • Open buried lorry
    • Open robot fabricator
    • Pipe
    • Radioactive rock
    • Robot fabricator with debris
  • Military barricades
  • Military crate
  • Mini Red Rocket gas station
  • Nuka-Cola machines
  • Nuka World bus
    • Damaged
    • Preserved
  • Objective markers
  • Opossum
  • Owlet
  • Pack mannequins
  • Pack rad gorilla chair
  • Pallet
  • Pick-R-Up truck
  • Platform
    • Curved
    • Stairs
    • Straight
  • Power armor station
  • Preserved Red Rocket
  • Rad beaver
  • Rad chicken
  • Radio
    • Ham radio
  • Radioactive barrels
  • Radioactive liquid spills
  • Rad rabbit
  • Rad rat
  • Rad squirrel
  • Red Rocket garage
  • Red Rocket play mat
  • Refrigerator
  • Robot workbench
  • Ruined Red Rocket
  • Safe
  • Sanctuary Hill house
  • Scatter terrain
  • Settlement walls
  • Sleeping bag
  • Spiked barriers
  • Steamer trunk
  • Stingwing nests
  • Stump
    • Stump with axe
  • Suitcase
  • Table
  • Tank
  • Tanker desk
  • Tent 1-4
    • Tent 1 open variant
    • Tent 2 open variant
  • Toys
    • Toy alien
    • Toy buttercup 1-2
    • Toy car
    • Toy cat
    • Toy clown
    • Toy doll
    • Toy rocket
    • Toy sloth
    • Toy stash container
    • Toy teddybear
    • Toy truck 1-2
  • Trash bin
  • Truck cab
  • Truck trailer box
  • Truck trailer flatbed
  • Vault balustrades
  • Vault floors
  • Vault-Tec containers
    • Basic
    • Double tall
    • Double width
    • Tall
  • Vault Tec lockers
  • Vault supports
  • Vault walls
  • Vertibird
  • The Visitor
  • Wall mounted terminal
  • Weapons workbench
  • Windmill
  • Wolf
  • Wooden crate
  • Wood pile
  • Workshop




Roleplaying Game[]

The Fallout: Wasteland Warfare roleplaying game builds on the narrative wargame​ experience of the tabletop miniatures game and will include new rules for character creation and creating adventures in the wasteland.
Delve into abandoned Vaults, ruined cities, strange facilities, and antiquated military bases. Encounter Super Mutants, Raiders, Survivors, Vault Dwellers, the Brotherhood of Steel, the Institute and the Enclave, and many more! Will you roam wide and far, or build up and protect your settlement? For those who want to create your own unique characters or use the faction based Archetype cards to start your own hero and see them grow from adventure to adventure.


Rule Book Expansions[]


Brotherhood of Steel[]


The Institute[]

Super mutants[]





Power armor[]


Children of Atom[]

Wasteland creatures[]