Support for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay officially ends


Fantasy Flight Games have officially announced that support for the third edition of the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay is over, with players advised to download the final FAQ and errata from the official support page here.

“With the release of the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Third Edition core set in 2009, Fantasy Flight Games launched an exciting new adventure in the Old World, both for our players and for ourselves,” explain FFG. “We’d never worked on a project quite like it before, and most of our players had never played anything quite like it, either. The new format brought on interesting design challenges, and talking those challenges was in itself an exciting and rewarding experience.”

“Our adventure in the Old World has come to a close with the release of this final FAQ update. As you can see, the changes between this and the penultimate version are modest (a few new errata for Hero’s Call) and we don’t foresee a need to update the document any further.”

“We won’t be releasing any new products for Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 3rd Edition.”

That’s all, folks. Don’t make this weird.

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