GW’s New Shadespire & Expansions Release Rumors

By Rob Baer | August 30th, 2017 | Categories: Age of Sigmar, News / Rumors

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Get the latest word on the street regarding the release of Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire and future expansions as well.

From the looks of the dates and timing this set will break up the release waves of what many expect to be a multi-week Death Guard launch starting on Sept 16th.

shadespire wal horGames Workshop not only gave a few people the chance to demo the new Shadespire game at GenCon, but they also gave us a breakdown on their site recently as well:


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If you want to try Shadespire for yourself, you won’t have to wait long – the Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire core box will be available to order next month, with the first of the warband expansions on shelves in November. In the meantime, we’ll be keeping you up to date with the latest news, insights and more right here on Warhammer Community.

Atia’s birds had this to say about the upcoming release, which seems mirror the statements GW made above:

Some additional Shadespire infos regarding dates:

Pre-order of the core box should be late September, release is October. The first expansion, the Deathrattle Sepulchral Guard, is due to be released in November 2017. A series of expansions is already ready to be released in 2018.

Tactics and strategy seem like they’re going to play a bigger part rather than luck of the dice in the new Shadespire game. We have a pre-order window of next month some time with the first expansions coming out in November. We’re looking forward to learning more from Games Workshop about the new arena-combat game. Make sure you check back in with us, we’ll be putting out the updates as soon as we get them.

What do you think about Warhammer Underworld: Shadespire? Are you going to be getting yourself a copy?

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