Axis & Allies WWI 1914 is coming back, courtesy of Renegade Game Studios

Renegade Game Studios recently announced that they are bringing back Axis & Allies WWI 1914, a much beloved entry in the 42-year old wargaming franchise. This release will serve as the first limited edition offering in the Axis & Allies line under Renegade, but Renegade plans to bring back multiple classics on a rotating basis and will allow fans who join the Officer’s Club to participate in polls which will be used to determine which out of print titles are brought back.

The new Renegade release of Axis & Allies WWI 1914 will include past errata and updates to the rulebook and add 4 additional German and 2 additional British infantry figures, and 20 more plastic chips. Otherwise, the game will remain the same as its original release. Axis & Allies WWI 1914 will have an MSRP of $99.99 and is expected to release at GenCon, followed by a worldwide release at game and specialty stores this August.

You can check out Renegade Game Studios first poll for the next entry in the series here, and here you can find details on the 2023 Axis & Allies World Championship at Gen Con Indy this year. More info can be found below:

The fuse is lit in Europe. This war will be like no other ever fought in human history. With the introduction of machine guns, flying machines, tanks and chemical weapons, casualties will be measured in the millions, and advances against the enemy measured in yards. Eight major powers struggle for supremacy. Take control of your armies and lead your armies into battle!

What’s New:

Includes more German (4) and British Empire (2) infantry units, 30 more chips, and a rulebook updated to include official errata!


Epic Axis & Allies gameplay for 2-8 players, set in World War I.
Over 400 plastic miniatures!
Extra large 34” x 32” game board for a better play experience.

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