Trans Atlantis Games is a new company from Bob Watts, the games industry veteran and ex-Privateer Press CEO, Steve Herbert and Peter Buxton.
Privateer Press' award-winning Iron Kingdoms setting is coming to 5e in the form of Iron Kingdoms: Requiem. First, though, it must pass through Kickstarter.
The heated conversations in the RPG community continue as the hobby space looks at ways to encourage diversity and deal with 40 years of history that don't always get everything right.
Iron Kingdoms launched in 2001 and used D&D 3 to fuel a steampunk setting populated with Warjacks and Gun Mages.
Privateer Press is on Kickstarter with a miniatures game that recycles troops, so the skirmish never becomes a dreary battle of attrition and which uses portals to plonk your heroes down into the thick of the action.
In this column, we look back at the week of RPG news as quick bullet points for you to speed read.
Privateer Press' Chief Creative Officer, and founder, Matt Wilson has posted a lengthy explanation of why some customers are finding it hard to get their miniatures or why it is taking a long while for orders to arrive.
It's a single mini in each shipment but that model will be a limited-edition and will have a corresponding Collector's Card that will not be available anywhere else.
You can grab the new MK.III versions of Warmachine and Hordes from Privateer Press. They’re entirely free PDFs. If you’ve already bought MK.II copies of the rules and want to see what’s changed between them then this thread started by Dybbuk on the Privateer Forums helps sum up the differences.…
There are some games you pay for and then there are those freebies that actually give you the chance to win more loot. Privateer Press have moved firmly into the latter camp.…