Hasbro fails to reboot Heroscape and shelves it indefinitely


Hasbro’s attempt to reboot Heroscape, the beloved miniatures wargame first published in 2004, ended in failure overnight on Wednesday. The crowdfunding campaign hosted on the company’s own HasLab platform was unable to earn enough pre-orders to bring the project to life. In a statement provided to Polygon, the Rhode Island-based gaming giant said that the project would be shelved indefinitely.

“As of the deadline for the HeroScape: Age of Annihilation, Vanguard Edition HasLab…

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