Pre-orders for Warhammer Quest: Cursed City has opened. The latest stand-alone game from Games Workshop retails for $199 and is packed.
The game features 60 miniatures including 8 heroes, 42 hostile models, and 10 obhects. There’s of course a rulebooks, game tiles, cards, tokens, and so much more. Even better, the miniatures can be used in your games of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar.
In Warhammer Quest: Cursed City, you and your friends take on the role of a group of disparate heroes seeking fame, treasure, and glory on the streets of Ulfenkarn. Only by working together and balancing your strengths and skills can you hope to survive.
The co-operative board game can be played solo or with up to 3 friends.
Those who order directly from Games Workshop also will get the “Key to Ulfenkarn” while supplies last.
For those that want to learn more about the Cursed City, you can also get the book Cursed City in hardcover or special edition. The special edition runs $65 while the hardcover is $27. Each comes with rules for a 9th hero that can be used in the game. The special edition is limited to 1,250 copies and is signed by the author C L Werner.
Lady of Sorrows is also out in paperback for $16. In Shyish, twin towns face horror – the spectral hordes of Lady Olynder will soon rise and devour their souls. One hero must stand against them – but can he face the Lady of Sorrows? The book is written by C L Werner.
During the week, Games Workshop has been teasing their new miniature board game, Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress. The game takes their popular tabletop RPG miniatures game and brings it the the 40K universe.
Not only have they released a new video with loads of new miniatures, but they’ve released numerous new close-ups too.
Games Workshop has teased it and later this year we’ll dive into the mystery that is Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress their newest board game and first edition of Warhammer Quest to be set in the Warhammer 40K universe.
Around the Blackstone Fortress lies a midden of shattered fleets – the graveyards of those foolish enough to try to take this ancient citadel by force. From the ruins of these failed ventures came a space station – a waypoint for those looking to venture into the fortress themselves.
Teasing the new game, Games Workshop has released a video bringing us the first details as to the story behind the game.
Who’s that talking in the video? That’d be Rogue Trader Janus Draik – an intrepid explorer drawn to the Blackstone Fortress in search of glory. He’s the first of what will be many new miniatures promised in the game, which will be out before the year is up.