Today Games Workshop is sharing news and reveals from Warhammer Fest, and we get two new miniatures for Warhammer: The Old World.
Specifically, we take a look at a Bretonnian Paladin and a Tomb King, both based in the new 25mm bases. They're resin models (albeit the resurrected game will also get plastic models, on top of the ability to bring back your old miniatures), and according to Games Workshop, they're just "the start of a flood of new models for Warhammer: The Old World."
We can indeed only hope that the flood will come soon, because GW has been extremely slow in trickling down news and images about the upcoming revival of classic Warhammer.
While we wait, you can check out both miniatures in the trailer below.
If you're unfamiliar with Warhammer: The Old World it's Games Workshop's upcoming attempt to bring back the classic Warhammer setting after it was killed following the highly-controversial and allegedly rigged End Times that gave birth to Age of Sigmar.
At the moment, the most relevant way to experience the setting is via Creative Assembly's Total War: Warhammer series of video games, which just received a DLC bringing back the much-anticipated Chaos Dwarfs, another part of the IP that Games Workshop has pretty much ignored for years.
Warhammer: The Old World carries the hopes of a sizable part of the veteran Warhammer fanbase that never accepted the result of End Times and could never get into Age of Sigmar. It remains to be seen whether the game will manage to bring them back into the fold from the digital world, but at least the miniatures we've seen so far look very good.