We’d like nothing more than to provide you with news that will make your day better and lighter, not the other way around. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible.

If you’re waiting for 1941: Race to Moscow, we have good news and bad news. The plastic elements of the game are ready and waiting in the warehouse, and the printing of all paper elements of 1941: Race to Moscow is set to begin this month, as scheduled.

However, we’ve received word from the printing house that the process of printing itself, and the subsequent drying and assembly of the boxes will take much longer than previously indicated.

Since we can’t speed up the process ourselves, and we don’t want the printing of the paper components to be rushed, which could result in errors and misprints, we now estimate the shipping of 1941: Race to Moscow will begin by the end of November or the beginning of December instead of October.

We’re extremely sorry for the delay. We were too optimistic in believing the problems related to the pandemic and the material shortages won’t affect us anymore, and we’re as saddened by this delay as you are. And while our capabilities in this matter are limited, we’re doing everything we can to make sure you’ll get your copy of Race to Moscow as soon as possible, and that each copy of the game will be of the highest possible quality.