Warhammer 40K Reveals Massive "Leviathan" Boxed Set; Likely "New Scale" Spin-Off Game Teased

Published: April 30, 2023 3:01 PM /


Warhammer 40k leviathan box

During Warhammer Fest, Games Workshop revealed the massive boxed set that will be released alongside the 10th edition of Warhammer 40K, titled "Leviathan."

The box will release in June alongside the new edition and it includes 25 Space Marine miniatures, 47 Tyranid miniatures, a hardcover rulebook, a mission deck, and a transfer sheet for the Space Marines. 


On the Space Marine side, you get a Captain in Terminator Armor, a Librarian in Terminator Armor, an Apothecary Biologis, A Lieutenant in Phobos Armor, a Sternguard Veteran Squad, a Terminator Squad, an Infernus Squad, and a Ballistus Dreadnought. 

If you're more into the Tyranids, you're getting a Winged Tyranid Prime, a Neurotyrant, a Screamer-Killer, a trio of Von Ryan’s Leapers, a whole bunch of Termagants, plenty of Neurogaunts, five Barbgaunts, and a Psychophage. 

Below you can check out a bunch of trailers showing off the whole range of content of the boxed set. 


Yet, more is coming beyond the box, and we also get a roadmap of releases until Spring 2024.

This summer Games Workshop will release a separate book with the Crusade section of the rules, while in the fall we're getting codexes for Space Marines and Tyranids, followed by Adeptus Mechanicus and Necrons in the winter. Dark Angels, Orks, Adeptus Custodes, T'au, and Chaos Space Marines will arrive in spring 2024. 

It's worth mentioning that the codexes won't be required to play, a complete set of Index Cards with datacards for each unit will be made available to download on day one. 


Warhammer 40k 10th edition roadmap

On top of the Warhammer 40K 10th Edition content, we also got a mysterious tease about a "Battle on a New Scale," which you can check out below. While we have no way to know, it feels like it could herald the coming of a new spin-off game similar to the old Epic 40K with its diminutive 6mm miniatures. Alternatively, it could use the 8mm scale from Adeptus Titanicus, or something similar. 


If you'd like to read more about the 10th Edition of Warhammer 40k, you can read about the new rules for missions and vehicle transport

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