The first pre-order weekend of 2023 focused on Warhammer 40K and the second is focused on Age of Sigmar. While their initial box was released last year, Slaves of Darkness is starting to get a proper release plus more for the game.
General’s Handbook – Pitched Battles 2022-23 Season 2 kicks off the new season of Matched Play. The 96-page spiral-bound book contains a new Battleplack. It includes fundamental changes, new battleplans, grand strategies, and battle tactics that mix up the game. It’s a must for anyone that enjoys Matched Play events.
Battletome: Slaves to Darkness has everything you need for rules in a regular and limited edition version. The book is 128 pages and allows you to field your dark legions.
Vanguard: Slaves to Darkness is an easy way to build your warhost. It contains 17 miniatures including a Chaos Lord, 10 iconic Chaos Warriors in full multi-part glory, five Chaos Knights with the new upgrade sprue, and a chariot which can be pulled by horses or a savage gorebeast for line-breaking charges.
The new Daemon Prince is a kit many are looking forward to. It has a lot of options allowing the miniature to be used in Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40,000. Different heads, and a choice of weapons, allows you to customize yours to worship a specific Chaos God!
The Chaos Lord on Karkadrak is now available on its own making it easier for you to add this beast to your army.
Eternus, Blade of The First Prince was picked by Be’lakor and imbued him with the souls of Stormcast Eternals creating his own champion. He can also be used to create a generic Chaos Lord on Daemonic Mount.
The new Generals’ Handbook favors troops on foot so you might want to get the Exalted Hero of Chaos.
The Chaos Chosen are elite warriors who want to use their soul splitter weapons to free their foes from the burden of the mortal coil.
Chaos Warriors are the iconic bruisers of Chaos. These warriors march into battle with hand weapons or ensorceled halberds to hack their foes.
Chaos Knights quickly smash into their foes ready to skewer them. This release features an upgrade sprue with command options such as banners, instruments and champions’ paraphernalia.
Ogroid Theridons will help pulverize the enemy bringing even more strength to the Slaves to Darkness.
May the Chaos Gods bless your rolls with the Slaves to Darkness Dice Set.
Teased last year, you’ll finally be able to get the Horus Ascended figure for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy. Horus Lupercal has drunk deep of the power granted by his dark patrons to become Horus Ascended. It’s the next release in the Horus Heresy Character Series.
You can equip your Thousand Sons with the Thousand Sons MKVI Upgrades that features new helmets and shoulder pads.
The Ultramarines MKVI Upgrades let your sons of Hullman stand out featuring new helmets and shoulder pads.
White Dwarf Issue 484 focuses on new Boarding Actions for Warhammer 40K including tiles, a hobby bingo card, and mini photo backdrop.
Written by James Swallow, Garro: Knight of Grey (Limited Edition) is the story of Nathaniel Garro’s final hours during the Horus Heresy and his confrontation with his father Mortarion. The limited edition copy features a deep-red faux leather with inlaid metal emblem and the author’s signature and interior art. It’s limited to 2500 copies.
You can also get it as a hardback, eBook, or audiobook.
Godeater’s Son by Noah Van Nguyen features an unlikely hero in Heldanarr Fall fighting for freedom against the gods. It’ll be in hardback, eBook, and audiobook.
Soulslayer by Darius Hinks comes to audiobook focusing on Gotrek’s quest across Chamon with his Fyreslayer kin.
Armour of Contempt by Dan Abnett features Ibram Gaunt’s return and is available as an audiobook.