40k Indomitus Release: What You Can Actually Order Still…

By Travis Pasch | July 14th, 2020 | Categories: Game & Hobby Products, News / Rumors, Warhammer 40k

warhammer gw store new releasesWhat a weekend! The Indomitus box set, paints, Chapter Approved, and Core rules are here- come see what you can actually order now.

The Indomitus set, Chapter Approved new paints, core rules, and Open War cards are coming. Check out the new models for Indomitus, and everything that’s on pre-order for delivery on July 25th!

Most of the Indomitus release you can still order…

Indomitus Box Set Pre-Order: 

As of this writing, the price has settled back down on the Indomitus starter set as well, and Amazon currently has a supply marked for release on July 25th with a delivery date of August 4-6 2020.

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Indomitus is a phenomenal set. The culmination of some of the best work our miniatures, rules, lore and art teams have ever made, this box takes everything that makes Warhammer 40,000 incredible and puts it in one place. Two huge collections of amazing, brand-new models are packaged with the full Core Book – everything a 40K hobbyist needs to hit the ground running in the new edition. 

We’ve got a pretty good guess on how much value the 9th Edition 40k Idomintus Box Set has inside.

9th EditionCore Book $65

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The Core Book 9thThe Core Book is your complete guide to the new edition, containing reams and reams of incredible lore and art that bring the Era Indomitus to life. Plus, it contains the rules – and we mean a LOT of rules. As well as the basic tenets required to play a game, you’ll find expansion content for open, matched and narrative play, along with tips and army showcases to help you get started.

This is going to be your ticket to learning the new phases of 9th Edition. It might be a steep investment, but with a rules overhaul on a brand new edition, this may not be a bad thing to pick up.

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Open War Cards $18

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Open War Cards 9thOpen War Cards are the secret weapon for gamers who are hunting for awesome, fresh missions that’ll both challenge and delight. Draw up your cards, randomise your missions and ensure no game is ever the same with countless possible combinations!

If you’re tired of playing the only mission you know off the top of your head or want to throw some spice into the routine ITC missions, the updated Open War pack is  an option.

Chapter Approved $40

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We’ve re-engineered Chapter Approved this year to be purely about matched play, giving you a host of new content for Grand Tournaments, as well as new missions Incursion and Strike Force engagements. Additionally, Chapter Approved comes with the 2020 Munitorum Field Manual, a massive update that brings every army’s points into line with the new edition of the game. 

Right alongside 9th Edition is Chapter Approved which will come in two bindings. This may be an auto-include on your next tournament day.

Crusade Journal $35

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Crusade JournalThe Crusade Journal is designed to be the ideal companion to your journey through narrative play in the 41st Millennium. As you play Crusade games, your forces will grow, change and develop, and this journal will let you track them, making for both an invaluable reference book, and a permanent record of your games.

Crusade is a new game mode in the 9th edition and this will be a way for you to keep tabs on all the outcomes of your games. From wounds to field promotions, it’ll be laid out in one easy-to-read book.

Battlezone: Manufactorum – Battlefield $50

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Battlezone Manufactorum BattlefieldGet your table game-ready in minutes with these durable card battlefield tiles! Simply unfold and combine, and you’ve got an appropriately war-torn place to fight, particularly when combined with some scenery. This set is perfect for playing Combat Patrol or Incursion games, but grab two of them, and you’ll have a large enough play area for a 2000 point Strike Force game!

With updated table sizes, these mats will help you get acclimated. The overall table size is just a few inches smaller than the 4X6 length and it’s not even mandatory to use the adjusted sizes. With that said, this is a great way to pick up a new gaming board easily.

40k Battlezone Manufactorum Objectives $40

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40k objectivesFor objectives, these are probably the most colorful and unique counters we’ve seen GW produce. From a tracked pulpit to some kind of Necron spawner, these are also going to make some outstanding conversion spice.

40k Combat Gauge $27

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combat gauge

40k Carrying Case $60

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40k carrying caseWith a new Edition, GW is also dropping some gaming accessories like an update combat gauge for quick measuring as well as a carrying case.

Citadel Base: Runelord Brass (12mL) $6.10

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citadel runelord brass

Citadel Layer: Canoptek Alloy (12mL) $6.10

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citadel canoptek alloy

Citadel Shade: Cryptek Armourshade (18mL) $7.80

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citadel cryptek armorshade

Citadel Technical: Tesseract Glow (18mL) $7.80

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citadel tesseract glowLast but not least, there’s a set of new paints for all you upcoming Necron players. With the Necron army faction’s color scheme completely reworked, these paints are tailormade to help you get the same effect.

Webstore Exclusives

The Limited Edition Core Book $210

The Limited Edition Core Book 9thTo celebrate the dawn of a new era for Warhammer 40,000, our team has produced a gorgeous limited edition featuring cloth binding, gilt edges and some truly stunning cover art.

This cover is unique compared to the old collector’s editions. Both sides of the cover are new with unique art and also comes with a sleeve to be stored in while it’s on your shelf.

You can get the alternate covered-version of Indomitus as well as an Online Webstore Exclusive.

What will you be grabbing in this batch of releases? Will you be starting Necrons as a new faction? For the diehard Necron fans out there, will you be continuing your old paint scheme or going to the new GW one?

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