Play it at PAX
20th November 2019
Sniper Elite will be playable at PAX Unplugged booth 3023
Join us in Philadelphia December 6th to 8th for an early look at Sniper Elite the Board Game, ahead of its launch on Kickstarter next year. You can find us at booth 3023, where we will be joined by designers David Thompson and Roger Tankersley.
Sniper Elite the Board Game is a competitive stealth action game for 2 to 4 players. Designer David Thompson has previously worked with Rebellion Unplugged’s Duncan Molloy on the acclaimed Undaunted: Normandy. Artwork for the game comes from the art team behind the Sniper Elite videogames.
Announcing Rebellion Unplugged
12th November 2019
‘Rebellion Unplugged’ to begin slate with title based on bestselling tactical shooter video game series, Sniper Elite.
Rebellion, one of Europe’s largest independent creative studios, is proud to announce its brand new board game division, Rebellion Unplugged. The first game from the new offshoot will be Sniper Elite the Board Game, based on the studio’s bestselling tactical shooter series.
Headed up by Duncan Molloy, previously the Founder and Creative Lead of the board game line at Osprey Games, Rebellion Unplugged will release new physical games and collectables based on the company’s diverse and extensive collection of properties. Several games are already in the works.
Rebellion operates across games, TV, books, comics and film. Among many others, its library of IPs includes the beloved sci-fi universes of 2000 AD, the upcoming spy-fi lair-builder Evil Genius 2, and the multi-million selling Zombie Army series – the next instalment of which, Zombie Army 4: Dead War, comes to PS4, Xbox One and PC on February 4th.
“We’re absolutely delighted to be launching Rebellion Unplugged,” said Rebellion CEO and founder Jason Kingsley OBE. “My brother Chris and I have been making video games for more than 25 years, and our love of the medium has its roots in our childhood love of board games. We’ve got so many great games and comic book heroes and universes to draw from too, so it’s going to be a lot of fun.”