Games Workshop's support for Warhammer 40k 10th Edition continues. The tabletop publisher has released plenty of material to help fans of the popular sci-fi miniatures game adapt to this new era of warfare. A battle report was made public to show off how a game is played. Indexes have been released, updating stats of all models. The core rules were released for free. Now, for those that want more convenience at their tables, the Warhammer 40k 10th Edition app is now available on mobile, allowing you to build armies and reference datasheets with ease.
The Warhammer 40k 10th Edition app announcement
In an official Warhammer-Community post, Games Workshop explained the features of the Warhammer 40k 10th Edition app. The app is free to download on the Apple app store and Google Play. The app will include Battle Forge, which will allow you to build an army for all three modes of play. The app will also flag any mistakes you have made like incorrect loadouts or choices. There are even options to export your lists so you can share them with friends or submit them to formal events.
The Warhammer 40k 10th Edition app is also a reference tool. At launch, the app will include all index datasheets and Combat Patrol datasheets with plans to add Imperial Armour units at a later date. You will be able to look up these datasheets in a few taps, allowing you to reference abilities and stats with ease. In addition, every time a new codex is released, there will be a special code placed inside the book. Put this code into the app and you will have access to the new content in that codex. Finally, the app will contain the core rules as well as a quick reference for key terms, army rules, Enhancements, and Stratagems.
The Warhammer 40k 10th Edition app will be free for a limited time. The core rules and Combat Patrol datasheets will remain free, while other features will eventually become paid features. The older Warhammer 40k app is still all respective digital storefronts, but has been labeled "old." This app will remain active for players who wish to access older material may do so.