von BK-Nils | 01.12.2019 | eingestellt unter: Warhammer 40.000

GW: Neuheiten vom Warhammer 40,000 Open Day 2019

Der Warhammer 40,000 Open Day 2019 ist vorbei und Games Workshop haben ein paar spannende Neuheiten für die ferne Zukunft von Warhammer 40.000 enthüllt.

Reveals From the Warhammer 40,000 Open Day!

An entire day dedicated to Warhammer 40,000? At Warhammer World, the official home of the hobby?! Sounds like an awesome day out, right? But for those of you who can’t make it to today’s event, we don’t want you to miss out on all the latest news.

Doors Open!

A horde of excited Warhammer 40,000 fans has already started heading into the event, so our first secrets are now officially out of the bag! Let’s take a look…

For the God-Emperor!

If you pre-ordered or picked up a copy of the Sisters of Battle Army Set, you’ll no doubt have been excitedly flicking through the codex inside and poring over photos of all the amazing multipart plastic miniatures that are coming soon.

Alongside all of the units in the Army Set, we’ve got the Imagifier, Hospitaller, Junith Eruita – Canoness Superior of the Order of our Martyred Lady – and more. Yet despite all this, we’re only just getting started…

How utterly incredible is the Triumph of Saint Katherine?! Whether you’re a painter looking for your next centrepiece project or a gamer in search of a powerful lynchpin around which to form your army (or both!),look no further than this stunning centrepiece. You won’t even have long to wait – you’ll be able to get ahold of all of these stunning new units early next year.

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You’ve got to love a Repentia. What others accomplish through tactics, strategy and tech, these Sisters do through the precise and intense application of rage – and chainswords the size of Space Marines! Next year, adding these frenzied fanatics to your army is going to get even easier thanks to the multipose Repentia kit!

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Packed with dynamic poses and plenty of options for customisation, this set will be great for fleshing out your Repentia squads – and flensing the flesh from your enemies! Look out for these sometime next year.

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The Cult Mechanicus Takes to the Skies!

It’s not just the Ecclesiarchy that will be receiving reinforcements – the Tech Adepts of Mars are preparing to unleash their latest creation on the enemies of the Omnissiah. Look to the skies, for the Archaeopter is on its way!

This archaic-looking aircraft can be assembled in one of three patterns – a gunship, bomber or transport variant – and will provide your Adeptus Mechanicus forces with a suite of new tactical options.

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Festooned with sensors, tech-gubbins and a truly terrifying array of weaponry, the Archaeopter will look right at home raining death on your enemies above your Adeptus Mechanicus army! Keep an eye out for this outlandish mechanical wonder in the new year.

Grotz Wiv Wingz

We’ve been hinting about the Grot Bommer for a while now, but this hotly anticipated addition to the Ork Air Waaagh! has just made its first appearance.

A variation of the Eavy Bommer, it has the honour of being the first aircraft equipped with Autonomous Weapons – once dropped, their Grot Bombs have an increased degree of control over traditional payloads, in addition to being utterly devastating! If you look closely, you can even see the tiny Grot pilots that guide the munitions ensconced within the ‘cockpits’ of each bomb…

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You can look forward to adding these powerful aircraft to your Ork skwadrons soon. If you haven’t already picked up a copy of Rynn’s World Air War Campaign Book, grab one today, and check out the rules for Autonomous Weapons.

News of More Psychic Awakenings!

The Warhammer 40,000 Open Day continues apace. The rules and background teams responsible for bringing you the Psychic Awakening books have been running seminars and hinting at what lies in store for the ongoing series…

But there’s more – we can treat you to the release timeline and titles of the next three books in the series after Blood of Baal – coming in January, February, and March respectively!

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Each book will be accompanied by an epic champion to lead the charge in this terrible age. These legendary heroes will include reborn, reimagined and brand-new characters, but we can’t reveal any more details at the moment.

We’re pretty sure you can guess at least one of the factions involved in each book, so head over to our Warhammer 40,000 Facebook page and let us know your best guesses.

Check back with us later, when we’ll have one last surprise for you…

The Grand Finale

As the Warhammer 40,000 Open Day draws to a close, attendees were treated to one last surprise – a compilation of action-packed animation from the freshly forged Warhammer Media team…

Some of this you may have already seen. Some are early proofs of concept, or “what if?” material, the team has been playing around with. Others may be released as fully realised animated series. As to which of the animations falls into which camp, stay tuned over the coming months for updates. One thing is for sure – there’s some incredible Warhammer content coming to your screens.

The first project due for completion is, of course, Angels of Death. We don’t know about you, but we think it’s coming along rather nicely.

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Written by the Warhammer Story Forge (more on those fine wordsmiths soon), Angels of Death is being animated in collaboration with Richard Boylan and Boman Modine. Some of you may remember Richard’s striking and atmospheric work from the fan-made animation of the Helsreach audiobook, and Richard and Boman collaborated on Guardsman. Alongside the Warhammer Story Forge, the team is creating something really special – an all-new Blood Angels story brought to visceral life. This is the 41st Millennium you always dreamed of seeing on screen.

You won’t have to wait long for more. The first full trailer for Angels of Death will be with us in January – due to debut at the Las Vegas Open Warhammer Preview, it will then be brought to you right here on warhammer-community.com shortly afterwards. Subscribe to our newsletter and stay tuned to the Warhammer 40,000 Facebook page to make sure you don’t miss a thing.

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Quelle: Games Workshop


Nils, Redakteur bei Brückenkopf-Online. Seit 2001 im Hobby, erstes Tabletop: DSA Armalion. Aktuelle Projekte, Eldar für Warhammer 40.000, Imperial MoW für Warzone, ein bisschen Shadespire und zu viele unbemalte Modelle.

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      • Ich finde den Ornithopter der Forgeworld Atreides auch ziemlich geil, da mein Admech für mich eh sehr an Dune angelehnt ist freue ich mich schon darauf den sobald er rauskommt meiner Truppe ein paar mal hinzu zu fügen.. Let the Spice flow..

      • Laut Designer ist es garkein Ornithopter da die Flügel nicht den Antrieb bilden.
        Aber egal, das Bild bleibt im Kopf!

  • Der Mechanicus-Flieger ist ja mal abgefahren geil!

    Die Repentia-Peitscherin ist entweder falsch zusammengeklebt oder komplett verproportioniert worden :/

  • Den Triumph of St. Katherine finde ich leider etwas überladen. Da war Katakros von den AoS Bonereapers des schönere „Mehr Personen auf einer Base“-Modell. Vor allem der Sarkophag geht etwas unter.

    Die neuen Repentias gefallen mir ganz gut. Die kommen dann auch einmal in meine neue Schwesterntruppe.

    Der neue AdMech Flieger hat natürlich ganz starke Dune-Vibes. Mir gefällt das schon, aber das Modell ist schon sehr speziell und sicher nicht für jeden was.

  • Schade..ich hätte vor Weihnachten auf eine neue AI-Fraktion gehofft. Mal gucken wie weit Gw das System noch weiter unterstützt oder aufgrund des vermutlich (für GW-Verhältnisse) mäßigem Erfolg auf FW umstellt

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