Hello, TechRaptor readers! Here’s what you may have missed in the world of tabletop wargaming over the last week.
This week’s pre-orders from Games Workshop are decidedly skirmish themed. Just announced today is the next addition to Necromunda: Underhive with House Orlock. The new House models come with 10 separate bodies, 20 heads with 10 unique designs, and enough weapons to blast your way to dominance in the underhive. To complement this new release, Games Workshop also has a new Gang War supplement, a new terrain bundle with Underhive Badzone Delta-7, and a new all-inclusive bundle containing the core Necromunda: Underhive game along with both Gang Wars supplements.
This week also brings us two new warbands for Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire. The Chosen Axes and Spiteclaw’s Swarm are set to pillage the ruins of Shadespire and fight for dominance amongst the shattered remains of the city. All listed pre-orders have a street release date of February 17th.
- Creation X
- Creation V
- Lady Augusta Byron
- Creation XIII
Corvus Belli has announced the February release wave for Infinity. This month we can expect the Ariadna Irmandinhos with chain rifle, a Combined Army themed Bit and KISS!, the new version of PanOceania Knights Hospitalier, ALEPH Garuda Tacbots, resculpted Yu Jing Kuang Shi, and a pair of repacks: Haqqislam Al Hawwa’ and Nomad Spektrs. This release wave should be hitting FLGS shelves at the end of the month.
In keeping with the spirit on Valentine’s Day, Steamforged Games has released the Puppy Love bundle containing a holiday-themed Boiler and Brisket, along with a special ball-marker for games of Guild Ball. The trio of miniatures are cast in metal and are currently available from the Steamforged Games web store for $30 USD.
And finally, Mantic Games has released some new information on the upcoming The Walking Dead: All Out War release wave. This latest expansion will focus on Woodbury and the prison from the comic books and will add plenty of excitement to your games. The expansion will ship with seven new scenarios, special objective cards for missions, rules for night fighting, and rules for large-scale battles with different groups of survivors, such as Woodbury, the Hilltop, the Saviors, and more. A complete rundown is available from the Mantic Blog.
What news snippets caught your attention? What are you saving your pennies for? Any games you’d like to see more coverage of? Let us know in the comments below!