There’s a Halo Tabletop Game Coming From Mantic Games

halo tabletop game

It has just been revealed that Mantic Games has partnered with 343 Industries to produce a Halo-themed tabletop combat game. This game, which is based on the concept of miniatures, will be launching in September 2024 and will boast mini Spartan figures that ‘bring Halo multiplayer battles to life’. It’s being touted as an ‘expertly crafted tea m combat game experience’.

Halo, But Smaller

Mantic Games is responsible for the likes of Kings of War, Armada, Deadzone, and Hellboy: The Board Game, but it’s now moving further into the realms of sci-fi with a Halo tabletop game. It’s not an area that Mantic is unfamiliar with, but it’s a first for the franchise. It has been positively spoke about by the John Friend, the Head of Halo and Xbox Consumer Products:

We are thrilled to team up with Mantic Games to bring a new Halo tabletop game to fans in 2024. Mantic is a leader in tabletop gaming, and their quality and experience show through in all their work. I’m most excited in this case about their passion for the Halo franchise and for bringing Halo gameplay to tabletop gaming in an incredibly authentic way.

It was revealed in a press release that the game will be previewed in March 2024, which means there isn’t long to wait until we get our first look at the miniatures that will form the foundation of this game. Over time, the concept of tabletop games has grown in popularity, especially off the back of successful projects like Baldur’s Gate 3, which brought Dungeons and Dragons back to the masses. Recently, it was also revealed that Games Workshop was revelling in financial success.

The CEO and founder of Mantic Games also passed across a positive sentiment about the Halo tabletop game:

We’re extremely excited to be partnering with 343 Industries on bringing Halo to tabletops everywhere. Having a firefight play out on the table while moving Spartans in and out of cover connects players to the action in a new and special way. We have a thrilling and competitive game, from a passionate team of talented sculptors, artists, and designers who have been building an incredible Halo experience.

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