Modiphius Continues Support for at Home 3D Printing with New Fallout: Wasteland Warfare “Dry Rock Gulch” Set

Nuka World just got a little bit bigger, as Modiphius Entertainment has introduced a new addition to their line of 3D print-at-home products for Fallout: Wasteland Warfare: the Dry Rock Gulch Buildings Set.

Dry Rock Gulch, the first of the Nuka World expansion parks, was a homage to the American pioneers and the Wild West they tamed. Pre-war guests were welcomed at the many attractions and replica buildings along the frontier-themed Main Street. Now boarded-up and abandoned by the owners, you’ll want to keep your hand on your holster until you know who or what has taken up residence in the Undertaker’s storefront or the dust beneath the creaking windmill. Back in the day, Main Street staged dramatic mock shoot-outs, but if you’re not careful, you might just stumble into one for real.

The Dry Rock Gulch Buildings Set contains STL files for eight buildings, a windmill, and signage. Each building can be printed with or without the roof to allow you to detail the interiors if desired, or to cut down on the resin used in the print.

This product is available on Modiphius’ UK and US webstores, DriveThruRPG, and MyMiniFactory as a digital STL file, suitable for printing on most consumer and professional 3D resin printers. Modiphius remains one of the few tabletop gaming companies that offer officially licensed support for print-at-home. You can find more Fallout print-at-home products here.

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