GW: Warhammer Underworlds Season 5 Roadmap
Mit einer Roadmap zeigt Games Workshop einen Ausblick auf die fünfte Saison von Warhammer Underworlds, hier wird es in Zukunft weniger einzelne Banden geben, dafür kommt eine zweite Grundbox.
Harrowdeep Might Be Dark, But the Warhammer Underworlds Road Map Reveals a Bright Future
Warhammer Underworlds: Harrowdeep is available to pre-order this weekend and it’s just the start of an amazing season for the ultimate competitive miniatures game. Today, we’re peering into our scrying apparatus to bring you a glimpse of what the future holds.
Harrowdeep is the largest core box for Warhammer Underworlds ever and it contains two warbands in the form of Da Kunnin’ Krew and Xandire’s Truthseekers. It won’t be long until you can expand your experience even further with extra warbands. The studio has plenty planned – including lots we can’t yet reveal, but what we do have is a road map for what’s to come in season five of Warhammer Underworlds.
Longtime Warhammer Underworlds players may notice that this is a little different from previous seasons. Going forward, there will be two core sets released each year – each including an all-new pair of warbands, fresh board designs, universal cards, and more.
And that’s not all! This is all in addition to two further warband releases per season, each with a ready-made Rivals deck, as well as more universal and grand alliance cards to open up even more deck-building opportunities in Championship format. This change gives the design team more opportunities to advance the narrative, introduce different mechanics, and tighten up the core rules to continually improve the game.
This season of Warhammer Underworlds introduces a new way to play. The Rivals format lets you jump straight into the action as every warband that is released (whether separately or in a core set) comes with a pre-built deck. Now you can get right into hacking and smashing your opponents on the tabletop as soon as you’ve assembled your minis. Don’t worry if you love the challenge of the Championship format, it’s not going anywhere – so you can still enjoy crafting your own perfect decks if that’s your cup of tea.
We’ve seen fighters from most of the well-known factions from Warhammer Age of Sigmar, so the design team plans to explore some of the stranger corners of the Mortal Realms when it comes to future warbands. It’s time to get a little weird. Don’t believe us? Take a look at this, our first glimpse of the next warband to come after Harrowdeep.
Yes, it’s Warhammer Underworlds’ first parrot! Looks like quite the menagerie is joining our feathered friend Taros and Mannok da Kunnin’s Morkrow in Harrowdeep now.
Quelle: Games Workshop