After calls from angry fans about the upcoming re-launched Hero Quest, Hasbro has confirmed it will now be available in the UK as well.

Hasbro, Inc has announced today the official re-launch of HeroQuest, the epic high-fantasy role-playing board game, is now also available for fans in the UK.

Previously available only to customers in the US and Canada, the game will be made available via Zavvi and continue to be published by Avalon Hill, a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc. and leading brand in tabletop and strategy games.

HeroQuest was relaunched in the United States and Canada through Hasbro’s crowdfunding platform, HasLab, has already exceeded the funding goal and will begin shipping in Fall 2021. This updated version of the game will feature new art, premium miniature figures and exclusive quest books for an enhanced gameplay experience and increased collectability. UK fans can get in on the action by ordering on Zavvi, and the orders will be counted towards the crowdfunding total.

HasLab is a Hasbro Pulse crowdfunding platform that aims to put dream products into the hands of fans. With fan support, the goal is to make products of varying price points and scale that are highly coveted items fans have been clamoring for, which now includes HeroQuest. Any support from UK fans who participate via Zavvi will count towards the total campaign, helping unlocks along the way. For UK consumers, only the Mythic Tier of the game will be available for pre-order through Zavvi.


Mythic Tier – Available for £149.99, includes everything from the core HeroQuest game system featuring 71 highly detailed character and furniture miniatures as well as 4 bonus hero miniatures and an exclusive Sir Ragnar miniature, plus two expansion packs (Return of the WitchLord, Kellar’s Keep), two exclusive figures (Mentor, The WitchLord) and the ability to receive additional components and exclusive offerings through different tier unlocks.

Visit HeroQuest.AvalonHill.com to find out more about the project and visit Zavvito pre-order the game in the UK.  

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