CMON Preview A Song of Ice and Fire Changes: Desktop Miniature Game

November 30, 2020 by Polar_Bear

2020 is … a year … sure. But at this time of the year, it’s best to look to the future for what the New Year brings. That’s what we have here. CMON looks inside where they are heading. A Song of Ice and Fire: Desktop Miniature Game Directly from game designer Michael Shinall himself in 2021.

From the article:

The flames rise and with them you can see the loyal banner man flickering about what the future of the game will be …

Michael Sinal, designer A Song of Ice and Fire: Desktop Miniature Game, This is the first of a series of articles describing some of the improvements and changes that will appear in the game early next year.

You may remember earlier this year that the 1.5 update saw a number of improvements to boost and adjust units across factions. This was handled via our website and the War Council App (if you haven’t already done so, we highly recommend downloading it).

Many players also requested a physical card pack for these updates, and that was the item we were actually trying to create … well, 2020 happened. Unfortunately, this brought the production schedule back and made it quite unstable. One of the items that was greatly affected by this was the updated card pack. This was a collection of all updated cards across all factions (because individual faction changes weren’t enough to package on their own).


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