Warlord Games posts Beyond the Gates of Antares update

Warlord Games lets us know how things are moving along with the Beyond the Gates of Antares project they’ve taken over.


From the update:

2013 was a busy year for the Warlord team. What with the astonishing success of our WWII-based Bolt Action game on top of our growing Black Powder and Hail Caesar ranges, we’ve had to run around like billy-ho just to keep up with all the mould making, casting, packing and despatching. So much so, in fact, that there are now considerably more of us than this time last year, and we’ve also had to invest in more premises, more equipment, and more stock just to satisfy the demand. That is – of course – all thanks to you our customers, and I for one would like to say thank you very much for supporting our efforts throughout the year. Thank you!

Now, you might think with all that running round, casting, packing and what-not we’d have enough to do, but – needless to say – we’ve also been doggedly pursuing a number of very exciting new projects behind the scenes. Foremost amongst these is the development of my new Science-Fiction wargame, called Beyond the Gates of Antares.

  • 4tonmantis

    Maybe these guys should help Mongoose deliver on Rogue Troopers..

  • Haibane

    Also these don’t look enough like TMNT Rock Soldiers for my liking.

    • 4tonmantis

      Oh man.. we need some Triceratons up in here..

  • blkdymnd

    Good news, was hoping Rick could still get this system off the ground

  • Yes, this game is very much alive. Lots going on behind the scenes which we’ll be showing off in the next few weeks. We’re very excited by this range!

  • Gallahad

    These miniatures are very campy. Great for pulp type settings, or settings inspired by bad 80’s sci-fi movies.

  • Marauder


    Will the game mechanics be similar to Bolt Action?


  • I’ll be posted up an update on the game mechanics over the next two or three days – keep your eyes peeled!