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Space Wolves, Deathwatch, and more are Here in this Week’s Games Workshop Pre-Order

Space Marines get more options in this week’s new pre-orders from Games Workshop. Deathwatch and Space Wolves get their codex releases along with Combat Patrols and more. There’s also something for Ork players and those looking for a better way to hold on to their figures for painting. Check out what you can pre-order now.

Space Wolves are here with two versions of their codex. You can get the collector’s edition for $65 and the regular version for $30.

You can keep track of your Space Wolves with Datacards: Space Wolves for $15 and show off your loyalty with the Space Wolves Dice Set for $35.

But what’s a codex without some models to build your force? GW has you covered!

Combat Patrol: Space Wolves retails for $140 and features 1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Invictor Tactical Warsuit, 10 Primaris Intercessors, 5 Primaris Reivers, and 2 Space Wolves Primaris Upgrade Frames.

Combat Patrol: Space Wolves

The Hounds of Morkai retail for $45 and are an elite choice who are adept at hunting enemy psykers! The set includes 5 Primaris Reivers and a Space Wolves Primaris Upgrade Frame.

Hounds of Morkai

Ragnar Blackmane is here to lead your force. The miniature retails for $40.

Ragnar Blackmane

The Deathwatch have arrived as well. You can now build your force of xenos-hunters with their brand-new codex. The collector’s edition retails for $65 while the regular edition is $30.

You can keep track of your Deathwatch with Datacards: Deathwatch for $15 and show off your loyalty with the Deathwatch Dice Set for $35.

The Combat Patrol: Deathwatch retails for $140 and features 1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Primaris Apothecary, 10 Primaris Intercessors, 3 Primaris Aggressors, and 2 Deathwatch Upgrade Frames.

Combat Patrol: Deathwatch

But, there’s also something for Space Marine players as a whole. You add some fast attack forces to your force with a set of Outriders. The box set retails for $60 and features 3 miniatures that are push-fit! There’s also a Primaris Space Marines Transfer Sheet included.


Orktober is over but you can pre-order Ghazghkull Thraka is now available for pre-order. The figure previously only available in a limited box set retails for $65 and features Ghazghkull Thraka and Makari!

Ghazghkull Thraka

And GW is making it easier to get a grip and paint those new figures. An upgraded Citadel Colour Painting Handle is now avaible for $12.50. It features an extended grip to make it easier to hold.

Citadel Colour Painting Handle

Black Library has some new releases as well!

Experience a classic tale of Captain Leonatos and his Blood Angels in the full-color update of Bloodquest. Created by Gordon Rennie and Colin MacNeil, it retails for $30.

Bloodquest Vol. 1

Deathwatch: The Long Vigil retails for $27 in hardback and is an all-action tales of alien-killing from a variety of authors in an anthology that showcases the Deathwatch at their very best.

Stories include:

  • Messiah Complex by Steve Parker
  • The Shadow of the Saints by Ben Counter
  • The Crueltymaker’s Kingdom by Marc Collins
  • The Nihilus Edge by Justin D. Hill
  • Sorrowcrown by Nicholas Wolf
  • Awakened by Sarah Cawkwell
  • Brother to Dishonour by David Guymer
  • The Last Word by Phil Kelly
  • Entombed by Andy Clark
Deathwatch: The Long Vigil

Darkness in the Blood retails for $27 in the hardback version focuses on rebuilding a broken empire after the Devastation of Baal. It’s written by Guy Haley.

Darkness in the Blood

Games Workshop Reveals their Codex Roadmap

Games Workshop has already announced what the next codexes will be but now we know when they’re being released.

In November, Deathwatch and Space Wolves will see their books released followed by Blood Angels and Death Guard in December 2020.

January 2021 will see two codexes, one of which is a xenos race.

That’s a pretty solid pace to get things rolling and sounds like that pace will keep going well into 2021.

Each codex will feature a code to unlock content in the Warhammer 40,000 app.

Warhammer 40,000 Codex Roadmap

The Deathwatch Have Arrived in this Week’s Games Workshop Pre-Orders

This week the Deathwatch and Idoneth Deepkin fill out Games Workshop‘s pre-orders.

The elite amongst the elite, carefully selected and recruited for their exceptional abilities, the Deathwatch are a thin black line, a sentinel that stands between the Imperium and alien threats unimaginable. Always outnumbered – such is the staggering scale of the hordes they face – this noble brotherhood has stood stout against countless invasions, and will face countless more. You can get Codex: Deathwatch now for $40.

What’s a force without troops?

Watch Captain Artemis is a warrior born. Mastering the arts of battle as a mortal, then a Space Marine, and finally as an officer of the Deathwatch, he has become a supreme weapon in the fight against the xenos. Artemis fights with a thrumming power sword and a lethal combi-bolter known as Hellfire Extremis, and carries a stasis bomb as a weapon of last resort. Get him now for $25.

You can now upgrade a set of 10 Primaris Intercessors – the fighting core of a Primaris Space Marines force – to represent the noble brotherhood of the Deathwatch with this bundle. Grab it for $72.50.

Can can also upgrade a Primaris Apothecary – medic and harvester of the progenoid organs from fallen Space Marines – to represent the noble brotherhood of the Deathwatch with this bundle. Get it for $47.50.

Designed to make it easier to keep track of Tactical Objectives and Stratagems in games of Warhammer 40,000, the Datacards: Deathwatch are a set of 74 cards – each featuring artwork on the reverse – is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of any Deathwatch gamer. They retail for $15.

Shrugging off enemy missiles, the Akhelian Leviadon plunges into the fray. Scythed fins dismember foes while the beast’s powerful jaws clamp down with enough force to crush tempered steel. Add this kit to your Idoneth Deepkin for $115.

For one week only you can get classic Dark Elf figures in through Games Workshop’s mail to order system Warhammer Legends.

Games Workshop Reveals Imperial Knights, Harlequin, and Deathwatch Codexes

Fans of Games Workshop‘s Warhammer 40,000 always want to know what’s next and the company has revealed the next three codexes to be released (after Necrons and Dark Eldar).

Codex: Imperial Knights features rules for new Knights unites as well as Knightly Households, Freeblades, and Strategems. It also explains the recently released Armiger Warglaives in the Forgebane box.

Codex: Harlequins brings that army to the table where they join the Drukhari and Asuryani.

Finally, you’ll be able to take on the xenos with Codex: Deathwatch. The alien hunters will include new content like Primaris Space Marines and specific stratagems.