Deadzone: Infestation Kickstarter wildly successful, Mantic pretty happy


Mantic Games have rolled out another one of their trademark Instantly Successful Kickstarter™ drives, securing $170,672 of their $50,000 goal to make Deadzone: Infestation.

Infestation is a follow-up to the original Deadzone, which raised over $1.2 million for Mantic back in 2013. It’s designed to introduce new factions, new scenery and new hard plastic miniatures.

The new faction are the Veer-myn — they’re Rat People in Space, in case you hadn’t guessed — but there’s new miniatures for the Enforcers faction as well, including kickin’ new Enforcer Pathfinders. Infestation also includes new industrial scenery, a new hardback rulebook, a new Force Organisation Chart, and expanded background setting.

Check it out here, or watch the video below!

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