Forge World has two new releases for Necromunda available for pre-order.
Expand your Orlock gang with the Orlock Champion and Gangers. The pack of three figures is $33. The three figures feature a chainsaw and stub gun, heavy bolter and knife, and autogun, and can be used as champions and gangers.
Rattus Tatterskin, House Cawdor Hive Scum claims to have spoken with the spirit of the Emperor, who he says inhabits the body of a gigantic rat deep in the depths of the underhive. The character is armed with a heavy stubber and flak armor, retailing for $30. Rules for the character are included in the pack.
Forge World has two new pre-orders up now on the site. You can add to your Horus HeresyNight Lord forces as well as expand your Escher gangs. See what you can get now!
Elite shock troops adept at sowing panic and dismay with their arrival, the Contekar Elites’ talents for steadfast prosecution of war was much vaunted amongst the Legions during the Great Crusade. Contekar Terminators are butchers and murderers of a high order, to be called upon when the VIII Legion wished to bring more than terror but utter and abject despair and destruction upon a foe, to bur their armies, infrastructure and agriculture, and to topple the foundations of their civilization.
Escher gangers are attracted to the big cats of Phyrr in particular for their exotic looks and killer instincts. Such beasts are rare in the extreme, and smuggling them planetside to Hive Primus is no mean feat, so they are an incredibly rare sight as pets even amongst the hierarchy of House Escher. Yet seen they are, and when the opportunity to acquire such a beast, or even better, a mating pair, arises, Escher gang queens will go to any lengths to secure them.
After being delayed, Nurgle‘s chosen, the Death Guard, arrive for Warhammer 40,000 in next week’s pre-order.
Codex: Death Guard has arrived and it’s full of lore, art, and the rules you need to spread death and disease across the battlefield of the 40K universe. You can choose between two editions with the collector’s edition featuring a soft-touch cover and foil blocking.
Also available will be Datacards for the Death Guard to help you focus and keep track of your force.
There’ll also be easier ways to build your forces. A new Combat Patrol will be available. It features Typhus, Herald of Nurgle, Plague Marines, Poxwalkers, and a Biologus Putrifier.
With the old also comes something new with the Lord of Virulence. This leader is protected by Terminator armor and will spread disease with a plague spewer.
You’ll also be able to add to the battlefield with the Miasmic Malignifier. It doesn’t just look on the table, it’ll also help the Contagions of Nurgle spread even further.
Some other models get repackaged as well.
The Chosen of Mortarion are three models that were featured in the previous edition of Warhammer 40K’s starter box.
You can also show off your allegiance to Nurgle with the Contamination Corps Collection that includes everything above in one package and some signed artwork as well.
But, if you need to spread disease even further, you can expand your force with a box of Poxwalkers.
You can travel from the future to the fantasy world of Middle Earth as well with some releases for the Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game. Returning releases include Frodo, Sam, and Gollum, Haldir, Gildor Inglorion and Glorfindel, Black Riders, Dead Marsh Spectres, and Barrow-wights.
Necromunda gets a release in Phyrr Cats for House Escher.
Forge World has releases with the Contekar Terminators for the Night Lords.
Black Library also has some releases to flesh out the various worlds.
The second novella in the Siege of Terra series, Fury of Magnus arrives as a hardback book, ebook, and MP3 audiobook.
Dan Abnett‘s short story collection Lord of the Dark Millennium arrives in paperback.
Book 5 in the Siege of Terra series gets a limited edition hardback with Mortis.
Alpharius: Head of the Hydra is the next in The Horus Heresy: Primarchs series. It gets a numbered limited edition hardback.
Necromunda: Underhive Wars, the tactical RPG from developer Rogue Factor and Focus Home Interactive based on Games Workshop’s iconic license, is expanding today with the “Van Saar Gang,” the game’s first major premium DLC for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC! Available now for $6.99, the Van Saar are a new playable technological powerhouse that brings a brand-new set of skills and style to the violent gang conflicts of the Underhive!
The Van Saar bring a new twist on the signature freedom of movement, tactical depth, and verticality of Necromunda: Underhive Wars. Clad in their signature suits of armor, these fighters are ranged specialists with a penchant for trading movement for further firepower. They’ll blast away enemies without a second thought, crushing them beneath a wave of fire, improvised explosives, and automated turrets. Recruit and customize your units to create a truly unique and dangerous gang down to their careers, traits, skills, equipment, color schemes and more.
Necromunda: Underhive Wars has also rolled out a free new update for all players featuring a variety of improvements to the game’s AI and pacing based on feedback from the community. This represents the next step in Underhive Wars’ live support, which has seen months of updates and patches driven by the player base, with even more coming down the road.
Get Necromunda: Underhive Wars for 40% off on Steam (50% if you already own Mordheim: City of the Damned) and 50% off on Xbox One via the Focus Home Interactive Publisher Sale! Visit the official store for more information.
Van Saar are the most advanced of the House clans in Necromunda and House of Artifice arms them even better to battle it out in the underhive. The newest expansion for Games Workshop‘s Necromunda was revealed today during a brand new online preview.
Beyond background on House Van Saar, House of Artifice features:
New ways to use them in games of Necromunda
Unique technological advancements
New fighters such as the Archeoteks and Neoteks
Archeoteks have mastered the gang’s technology over the years, experienced gang members with lots of experience. Neoteks are young members, flying around on grav-cutters battling it out.
There’ll be a new online Warhammer Preview on November 21st. Dubbed “Decadence & Decay,” the reveal will feature releases for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, Warhammer 40,000, Necromunda, Warhammer Underworlds, and the Middle-earth Strategy Battle Game.
There’s some “big reveals” promised and it begins on the Warhammer Community site and on our Twitch stream from 1:45 pm (GMT).
Based on the title “Decadence & Decay” we can probably expect some new Slaanesh, Death Guard, and Nurgle (a Codex for 40K will be out soon) during the event. What else do you think might be revealed? Get your speculation on below!
Forge World has two new releases today available for pre-order. Players of Necromunda and Warhammer 40K will be extra interested in these.
You can now add the Rogue Doc, Doctor Arachnos, to your Necromunda gang. Cure or cause wounds with his vicious mechandendrites. No one knows where he came from but with good medical aid hard to come by in the underhive, no one really cares.
The Imperial Armour Compendiumis available for $65 and will bring your Forge World collection into 9th edition of Warhammer 40K. The 224-page hardback book has 222 datasheets for the following factions:
Chaos Space Marines
The Imperial Armour: Compendium also includes a Regimental Doctrine for the Death Korps of Krieg which is designed to work with Codex: Astra Militarum. There’s also Successor Tactics for the Red Scorpions, Minotaurs, Blood Ravens, Astral Claws, and Carcharodons. Finally, there are two new Factions, Titan Legions and Chaos Titan Legions!
Gang Matriarchs are drawn from the craziest, wildest, and most homicidal of the Gang Queen’s girls, each one a natural killer. Carrying the deadliest weapons they can lay their hands on, a Matriarch is both gang enforcer and underhive assassin.
Forge World has a trio of new warriors for you Escher Gang and new weapon pack available now for pre-order and use in Necromunda or get creative and use them elsewhere.
With the 9th Edition of Warhammer 40,000 here, the new releases for the “starter” armies are beginning to trickle out. Next week’s pre-orders from Games Workshop have been revealed and Space Marine and Necron players have a lot to look forward to. Check out below as to what you’ll be able to pre-order starting next weekend.
Codex: Space Marines is here! The latest codex features lots of background and history, rules for narrative-driven Crusades, rules for building your own Successor Chapters, and 98 datasheets! This codex covers every First Founding Chapter, successors, and even the Deathwatch! It’s everything you need to play the Adeptus Astartes.
Codex: Space Marines also comes in a “Collector’s Edition” which comes with a ribbon marker, soft-touch cover with foil blocking, and printed page edges.
Each new codex comes with a unique digitally printed code inside the back cover. This code unlocks the codex’s full contents in Warhammer 40,000: The App.
Datacards: Space Marines will help you keep your army organized. Place a datacard next to a friendly or enemy unit affected by a psychic power, Stratagem or Litany of Battle as a reminder that its effects are active.
The Primaris Invader ATV is a maneuverable buggy that features a gatling cannon or multi-melta as well as a twin auto bolt rifle. It’s mobile fire support perfect to help out your Outriders.
Primaris Chaplain on Bike can help lead the charge or stick with your bike contingent for some extra damage in the quick strike.
The Firestrike Servo-turret adds some fire support delivering cover to advancing forces or punching holes in tough targets. The gun batteries can be fielded in units up to three and feature either accelerator autocannons or twin las-talons.
It’s not all Space Marines, Codex: Necrons is out too! This is the most detailed tome for the Necrons ever tellin gthe full story of the Silent King for the first time. There’s also Crusade rules, a brand new roster of units, and the ability to assemble a Dynastic Code of your own.
There’s also a “Collector’s Edition” which features a ribbon marker, soft-touch cover with foil blocking, and printed page edges.
The new codexes also features printed codes to activate access to rules in the Warhammer 40,000 app.
Keep track of your force with Datacards: Necrons. This will help you manage your forces during battle.
The Szarekh, the Silent King is back! The build-up has been impressive but you’ll be able to field the mighty Szarekh, the Silent King and see your opponent kneel before your forces.
The Lokhust Heavy Destroyer is a big gun adding some firepower with an infantry-shredding enmitic exterminator or a tank-busting gauss destructor.
Stalk with battlefield with the Canoptek Doomstalker. These warmachines are equipped with a carapace-mounted doomsday blaster, which increases in power the further away its target is.
Get your dice on! There’s not just new dice for Necrons but also dice for Iron Hands, Raven Guard, Imperial Fists, and Salamanders.
Not sure where to start? Games Workshop has you covered with a new “Getting Started with Warhammer 40,000.” The new book breaks down every aspect and the fundamentals for those new to the hobby. That includes how to collect, build, paint, and play! The book also comes with a Primaris Assault Intercessor and Necron Warrior too!
But it’s not all Warhammer 40,000! Forge World has new Necromunda releases as well. House Escher gets new weapon options for the gang. Combi-weapons, blades, whips, and even a massive hammer are yours to arm your gang.
In between getting your forces ready, you can also get new releases from Black Library. Robert Rath’s Warhammer 40,000 novel, The Infinite and the Divine, tells a tale of discord between Trazyn and Orikan from their awakening around the time of the Horus Heresy, to the present day. Yes, learn more about the mysterious Necrons!
War of the Orks, book 4 of Cavan Scott’s Warped Galaxies series of Warhammer Adventures, is coming your way as an MP3 audiobook. This tale, read by David Tennant, sees Zelia, Talen and Mekki continuing their search for the Emperor’s Seat. But shortly after arriving on the jungle planet of Weald, they find themselves inadvertently embroiled in a war between two rival tribes of Orks!