Posted Monday, 20-May-2019
Gloomhaven’s first expansion lands upon its shores; a digital adaptation of Gloomhaven, and Scythe gets a new lease of life with the modular map expansion.
Paid in gold coins and XP by Calvin Wong
A new class, 20 new scenarios, seven new monsters and 14 new items await you in Forgotten Circles: an expansion to BoardGamePrices’ biggest game of all time.
Forgotten Circles features twenty new scenarios that take place after the events of the original Gloomhaven campaign and involve one new character class — the Aesther Diviner — and her attempts to prevent an approaching calamity. The Diviner and her new mechanisms will be unlocked from the start, while the scenarios can only be played after you complete Scenario 51 in the original Gloomhaven.
This ambitious adaptation of the game to PC churns on, with an initial release due in the summer. Four of the game’s 17 classes will be available at first, with plans for all of them to eventually be released for free.
The adaptation looks amazing, but I don’t know that it can replace the feeling of dungeoneering with your friends around the table. Gloomhaven is a truly amazing game, so the more people experiencing it the better.
Scythe continues to be one of our most popular titles, and this new expansion seems to promise more longevity.
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We’ll keep an eye on this and let you know more once we do.
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