In case you missed it, Dicebreaker has just launched a brand new memberships programme!
You can find the full details over here, but the short of it is this: from just £5.99 ($6.99) a month, you’ll gain access to exclusive offers and discounts in local game stores, digital games and promos to download at home, members-only videos and articles from the Dicebreaker team, and much more!
Those who sign up for an annual membership will not only save money by paying £69.99 ($79.99) a year, they’ll also save 20% off tickets to PAX Unplugged, 15% off Dicebreaker merch and other products from the ReedPop store and - most excitingly - receive a WHOLE BOARD GAME, for free! (While supplies last, delivery restrictions apply.)
Our first free board game for Dicebreaker members will be the latest card game from a true legend of the tabletop scene: Magic: The Gathering, Android: Netrunner and King of Tokyo creator Richard Garfield!
Garfield and Justin Gary, co-creator of deckbuilding game Ascension and a former MTG pro, have joined forces to create SolForge Fusion, an ambitious competitive card game that uses unique decks.
Players create their deck from two sets of cards generated by an algorithm to be completely one-of-a-kind - meaning that every player’s deck is completely unique.
Once their deck is made, players are able to see how it fares against opponents in battles, with the ability to level-up their cards during matches and use powerful spells as they fight for victory. SolForge Fusion also includes support for digital play, allowing players to scan their deck in and use it online.
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign last year, SolForge Fusion is due for release on September 22nd - meaning that Dicebreaker members will be among the first people to get their hands on the new game!
By signing up to an annual Dicebreaker membership, you'll receive SolForge Fusion's Starter Kit - worth $34.99/£34.99 - which includes four unique half-decks (128 cards total), 12 minion cards, 25 mini tracker cards, two paper playmats and everything else you need to start playing with two people!
You can find out more about SolForge Fusion over on its official site, and sign up for a yearly Dicebreaker membership right here.