Missed Blade Runner: The Roleplaying Game‘s Kickstarter campaign? Don’t despair, you don’t have to miss out with PDF bundles from USD$30.
Late pledges have opened on Free League Publishing’s Blade Runner: The Roleplaying Game, which takes place in 2037 between the two movies and uses the same Year Zero engine as Alien: The Roleplaying Game and Tales from the Loop.
The Diji Bundle contains a PDF copy of the core rulebook and the starter set, plus digital stretch goals for SEK298 (approx USD$31/GBP£24).
The Esper Bundle contains a physical and PDF copy of the core rulebook, a PDF copy of the starter set, plus digital stretch goals for SEK498 (approx USD$51/GBP£40).
The Rep-Detect Bundle contains physical and PDF copies of the core rules and starter set, plus digital stretch goals for SEK 898 (approx USD$93/GBP£73).
The Off-World Bundle contains a physical copy of the deluxe limited edition core rules and PDF copy of the rulebook, physical and PDF copies of the starter set, plus digital stretch goals for SEK1,298 (approx USD$134/GBP£105).
The Megacorp Bundle, which is for retailers only, contains five copies of the physical rule book and five physical copies of the starter set for SEK 2,198 (approx USD$227/GBP£178).
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