Digital Tabletop Fest Returns To Steam This Week With Warhammer 40K: Boltgun Gameplay

The theme this year is Blood & Dice.


The Digital Tabletop Fest is set to return to Steam this week and will premiere brand-new gameplay for the upcoming Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun.

The theme for the third iteration is Blood & Dice which will run from March 23-27 and will celebrate board, card, and tabletop-inspired games through discounts, discussion panels, and let's play streams. In accordance with the theme, the event will focus on fantasy, horror, versus, and war games with games like Slay the Spire, Disco Elysium, Wildermyth, Terra Invicta, and more involved in the festival.

Digital Tabletop Fest schedule
Digital Tabletop Fest schedule

"It’s been great to organize the third Digital Tabletop event, and it’s a genre that’s so close to our hearts," said Auroch Digital director and Digital Tabletop Fest co-founder, Tom Rawlings. "To be able to showcase so many tabletop-inspired games, from indie through to AAA, shows us just how varied the tabletop space is for video games. It’s incredible to see different takes on board and card games, as well as other titles that are inspired by tabletop mechanics or IPs."

During the Digital Tabletop Fest, a let's play for Warhammer 40,000: Boltgun will premiere and will showcase never-before-seen footage and an in-depth look at the first two levels with the development team, who will also be participating in a challenge to defeat all the enemies as quickly as possible.

Pre-recorded panels with developers will be published during the event, with prominent figures like the Vampire The Masquerade 5th Edition lead designer, Kenneth Hite, V Rising concept artist Viktor Blimqvist, and more. The recently announced Mars Horizon 2: The Search for Life, which is set to launch in 2024, will also be featured and discussed with the game’s development team while they play the original Mars Horizon.

Additional details and the full let's play and panels schedule can be found on Steam here.

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