In truth, going in mostly blind we would've preferred to see some armies from the Grand Alliances of Death or Chaos in this overall grouping of releases It's not that more Orruks or Stormcast Eternals is a bad thing, per se, but in the first leg of a new edition, it feels better to see more[...]
Games Workshop has announced the genesis of Warhammer+, an all-new paid subscription service for fans of their many games.
We got ahold of an advance review copy of Age of Sigmar: Dominion by Games Workshop to unbox and review for you. Here's what we think of it!
Age of Sigmar's newest models have huge competition now, though, and its reveal has us absolutely hopping with enthusiasm.
Games Workshop has announced its plans to update the 41st Millennium into the ninth edition with a new ruleset for Warhammer 40,000!
Games Workshop, the world-renowned creator of such games as Warhammer 40,000, has announced a return to their schedule of new releases.
Games Workshop has recently given the public a preview of a few different concept designs and model renders for the games they develop.
After roughly more than one full month, Games Workshop, the industry giant best known for Warhammer 40,000, are reopening their webstore.
He's the last of the original "classic" Chaos Space Marines characters to be updated and, just like with Abaddon, Ahriman and Khârn, he's well worth the wait […] As well as returning with an epic new model, Fabius is also the cover star of the next book in the Psychic Awakening saga – War of the[...]
Source: Games Workshop So, with these models (Avalenor and Alarith), we learn at least one of the secrets that Games Workshop was teasing us with: These war-hammers are not owned by Chaos Dwarves or the like, but the Lumineth's centerpiece models Neat. Furthermore, we get a look at some more Lumineth infantry: Alarith Stoneguard Source: Games Workshop Man, it's[...]
Games Workshop is finally succumbing to the pressures put upon them by various governments across the globe to temporarily shut its doors.
Games Workshop, creator of the aforementioned games, is letting you get your hands on a Zoat model usable in both of those games!
Well, I hate to say it, folks, but we saw this coming. Games Workshop, Origins-Award-nominated game design and development company, has released a statement officially canceling a good many events.
Games Workshop has unveiled a bunch of new models for their various games at the Games Manufacturer's Association's private trade show.
This release comes hot on the heels of the "Blood of the Phoenix" boxed set release.