GW’s Last New Releases of 2018 Lineup & Pricing

By Rob Baer | December 30th, 2018 | Categories: News / Rumors, Warhammer 40k

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Don’t miss Games Workshop’s final new release lineup with pricing that just went on pre-order this weekend for delivery in 2019.

The new and improved White Dwarf is coming with new rules for both Space Marines and kroot. Plus more editions from Black Library are coming our way for the new year as well.

White Dwarf January Edition $9


This is one of the more anticipated White Dwarf volumes as we’ve seen the Index Astartes return with Crimson Fists leading the queue. It looks like there will be some new Stratagems and relics inside for the Chapter. What could be next?

Uriel Ventris Chronicles Vol. 1 $21

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Uriel Ventris takes command of the Ultramarines Fourth Company and leads them into danger against drukhari, tyranids and more – and faces his own trials that will test him to his very limits and beyond.

Mephiston: Revenant Crusade (PB) $16

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Haunted by the ghosts of longdead foes and with his psychic powers blinded, Mephiston, Chief Librarian of the Blood Angels, travels to the warwracked world of Morsus, where death awaits…

He is the Lord of Death and the only Blood Angel to ever endure the Black Rage and overcome it. (Lemartes just deals with it). Is there anything else out there in the universe that he can’t handle?

Inferno! Vol. 2 $16


From the fighting pits of Ghur to the mists of Chamon, and into the Dark Imperium, this collection of short stories features mystery, danger and, of course, brutal battle.

With 2018 coming to a close, what releases are you going to be picking up? Are you a Crimson Fist player who’s chomping at the bit to get even more support? Or are you a Die-hard Blood Angels fan ready to see what lies ahead for Mephiston? Let us know in the comments of our Facebook Hobby Group. 

About the Author: Rob Baer

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