I actually really hope that Titanicus and Aeronautica Imperialis both are leading up to an Epic reboot, at least for me because I never got into it the first time around and the minis for both systems are fantastic. It would also be great to have some BFG
to play as well, but again, selfishness - I never played and
I have been developing a campaign system in the back of my mind for whole sectors in 40K for a long time.
I don’t know how many people are into tying specialist games into larger campaigns across the gaming systems, but to me it seems like it would be really fun to knock out an Aeronautica game in the morning, take a lunch, come back that afternoon and play a planetstrike game where the winner gets a bonus rule. Would be even cooler in a campaign weekend type scenario, where teams play aeronautica on a Friday to establish air superiority, planetstrike Saturday am, a normal game Saturday afternoon, another quick aeronautica game Saturday evening, then tally up the victories for special conditions for an apocalypse game on Sunday. Celebratory drinks Sunday afternoon, first round on the losers
Oh man, a campaign system for multiple players across multiple game scopes is totally where my heart lies - BFG
for some kind of bonus, or just a free use of the Orbital Bombardment Stratagem, AI grants a free upgrade or additional flyer slot, a Kill Team game or two to provide some strategic bonuses ala information or C3 disruption, a few outrider skirmishes via 40K main rules, and then a city war via Epic. Rinse repeat for as much as the campaign calls for to contest/seize a planet, then zoom back out and roll on to the next battle zone.
It's hard to balance, sure, but it can be fantastic fun if everyone is committed. You can even have benefits for the losing side of games in the form of strategic withdrawals setting up bonuses in other war zones, or simply not having sacrificed too many points/Power Levels/whatever slots in a given event and preserving some forces for later.