Sunday, July 21, 2024

Ravensburger Reveals Gameplay Details For Star Wars Villainous: Revenge At Last As It Goes To Preorder

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Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last, the newest expandalone in Ravensburger’s Star Wars Villainous line, is now available for pre-order on ​​Target.com. As the first two-player expandalone game in the Star Wars Villainous line, ​the ​Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last game introduces Captain Phasma and Darth Maul and will officially hit store shelves starting July 21 at Target, Amazon and hobby stores nationwide. A Target-exclusive version of the game is also available that will include a gradient finish ​of​ Darth Maul’s mover and a special box sleeve featuring Sith holocron artwork with gold foil. 

 ​Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last Target box

In​ the​ Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last game, players will work towards their own sinister objectives with a unique and immersive gameplay style inspired by their character’s motivations and stories throughout Star Wars media. 

 ​Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last Phasma board and mover

For players who select Captain Phasma, they’ll have to channel the military leader’s “Ambition,” keeping her best soldiers in play after a “Vanish” action to establish a First Order Stormtrooper Officer at each location. As the ruthless commander, players can even sacrifice Allies to promote others with the effect “Forged in Battle.”

 ​Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last Maul mover and board

Players taking on the role of Darth Maul within the game will need to take revenge on the Jedi by recruiting a Hero as their apprentice and manipulating them to beat another Hero. Players must build up the Strength of that Hero so they can Vanquish any other Hero at the top of the Sector. Darth Maul will use his Allies not to vanquish Heroes, but to weaken them. When players take a “Vanquish” action, they do not discard the Hero, but instead give them a -1 Strength token.

The Star Wars Villainous: Revenge at Last game is suggested for players ages 10 and up and is priced at MSRP of $19.99 USD/$29.99 CAD. The game is compatible with all previous Star Wars Villainous releases, ​including the Star Wars Villainous: Power of the Dark Side​ and ​Star Wars Villainous: Scum and Villainy games.

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