Call of Duty: The Board Game has launched on Kickstarter

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The Kickstarter campaign for Call of Duty: The Board Game has launched. If funded, the game is expected in Q4 2024. Developer and manufacturer Arcane Wonders is running its campaign through Aug. 22, and it hopes to secure a minimum of $75,000 to proceed with the project. Arcane Wonders previously launched games like Air, Land & Sea, Sheriff of Nottingham and Mage Wars: Arena. The developer has also had previous success with Kickstarter, raising just shy of $1 million for its Foundations of Rome Expansion, Roads of Fortune.

Like the video games, Call of Duty: The Board Game can be played as a competitive or cooperative experience. Players take control of operators on a flat map that emphasizes smart use of your chosen equipment and skills, in addition to an arsenal of killstreaks to eliminate your opponent. The base game is designed for two players but can include up to four by combining multiple sets.

A stock photo of the Call of Duty: The Board Game prototype

Image: Activision / Arcane Wonders


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A pledge of $49 gets you access to the core game experience, which comes packaged with everything you need for a 1v1 match. Arcane Wonders has mentioned that this set is similar to what we can expect from the retail version, but at a slightly discounted price. The core box is available in two versions, the red box includes pre-painted miniatures of Shepherd and Ghost to use on the Shoothouse map, while the blue box features Price and Makarov on the Killhouse map.

Call of Duty: The Board Game

  • $49

Prices taken at time of publishing.

Developer Arcane Wonders plans to launch the game in Q4 of 2024

  • $49

    at Kickstarter

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