Warlord Games offers a wide range of intense tabletop strategy games designed by veteran game designers. Bolt Action is one of the miniature wargames produced by Warlord Games. The Bolt Action game is set during World War II and uses 28mm-sized models. Bolt Action allows you to Fight battles placed all over the world from the shattered towns of the British Commonwealth to barren deserts or even the sweltering jungles of New Guinea. Destroy your enemy with your Bolt Action armies in occupied France, North Africa, and Germany. Bolt Action rules are easy to learn. With Bolt Action you can paint your own miniature soldiers to customize your army the way you like, grab some dice to play, and start.
Bolt Action is a miniature wargame produced by Warlord Games. It is set during World War II and uses 28mm-sized models. Alessio Cavatore and Rick Priestley developed the game. The first edition of the rulebook was published in 2012, and the second edition was published in 2016. Supplements for the game include The Korean War, and Konflikt '47, set in a Dieselpunk and supernatural alternate history of World War II.
The game has multiple playable armies such as the Soviet Union, British Empire, USA, Third Reich, and Japanese Empire. The game also has a few minor or supporting armies such as France, British Commonwealth, Australia, Belgium, Finland, Poland, Bulgaria, Kingdom of Romania, China, and Kingdom of Italy as well as rules for major battles such as The Battle of Stalingrad, Pegasus Bridge, Battle of Berlin and D day. Some starter Boxes can symbolize the Campaigns done in World War 2 like the American Island Hopping Campaign against the Japanese Empire in the Island Assault box and African Campaign with the British Empire and Third Reich in the A Gentleman's War box
Toggle navigation What You Need to Collect an Army Paint Your Models Fight a Battle First Purchases Next Steps World War II Wargaming From Blitzkrieg to North Africa, from the Russian Front to the D-Day Landings, Bolt Action puts YOU in command of the most brutal and famous battles of the Second World War. Assemble and paint your brave men and armored tanks, field them on a tabletop battlefield, and use all your strategy, cunning, and luck to defeat your opponent.
Creating the scene is part of the appeal of World War 2 wargaming. You can buy terrain or build it from scratch, but for your first few games, a pile of books serves well as a hill and a few boxes as buildings. Dice & Tape Measurer. The combat results in Bolt Action are determined by rolling six-sided dice (known as D6s for short). It's good to have quite a few, for when lots of troops are fighting.