Next week promises to be full of new projects from GW–whether you’re looking to add to your Adeptus Titanicus maniples, collect some Middle Earth heroes, or get a swanky new project box for all your paint and hobby needs, GW has you covered next week.
Here’s a look at what you can expect out next week from GW. Perhaps the biggest news is the new Warlord Titan that comes with a power claw and plasma annihilator. This is the one folks have been clamoring for. But–you’ll also find an unexpected new Titanicus release this week as well: come Saturday you’ll be able to pre-order a set of Cerastus Knights, so you can supplement your Knight Lances with some Knight lances.
via Warhammer Community
Since its release, we’ve seen Adeptus Titanicus continue to grow with a host of new war engines from the Age of Darkness. Next week, you’ll be able to add even more to your army.
Next week heralds a new Warlord Titan kit with a fresh set of loadout options, including carapace-mounted laser blasters, a pair of Sunfury plasma annihilators and, yes, an Arioch Titan power claw. Whether you’re looking for new tactical options for your battle maniple or just want to punch other Titans in the face, this kit is a must-have! Don’t worry if you’re looking to get the weapons from this kit separately – we’ll be making them available in time too.
Cerastus Knights are a favourite among Warhammer 40,000 fans, and for good reason, with their towering profile and unique loadouts making them a common sight in Imperial Knight armies. Next week, one of the most popular Ceratus Knights will be charging into the fray in Adeptus Titanicus, with a new boxed set containing two Knight Lancers! What could be more magnificently awesome than a banner of Knights riding full tilt at a Battle Titan, attempting to bring it down with (admittedly very large) lances?
This is real exciting–who knows what other Forge World knights we might see in the very near future. Holding out hope for a Cerastus Atrapos.
But if you’re collecting Titans on Titans on Titans, you’ll want them to look their best, which is where the new Project Boxes from GW come into play.
The new project boxes are available in two sizes, and each has been designed to hold all the paints, brushes and other stuff you’ll need for whatever you’re currently working on – like a rolled-up painting mat, for instance. As well as being stackable (ideal if you’ve got loads of paints to store!), these all fit inside our larger figure cases, so you’ll be able to transport them in safety alongside your models!
Each project box comes packed with our new paint racking system, which is pretty cool in its own right! This new, modular set of paint racks is organised into interlocking hexagonal hives that store 21 paints each, making them great for grouping the key paints you’re using on a particular project. Each can be fitted with feet to stand on your desk or can be screwed into your walls via the holes on each rack. If you just want to get these paint racks on their own and don’t need any more project boxes, good news – they’ll be available on their own, too.
And then for those of you who have been getting into the Middle Earth Strategy Battle Game, there’s a plethora of new releases. A new Gandalf the White and Peregrine Took:
And Theoden, out of the Battle of Pelennor Fields, is now available separately. Along with Legolas and Tauriel, repping the upcoming Battle of Five Armies book which also is available next week.
There’s a deeper dive into the Battle of Five armies tomorrow, so check back for more news on that.
In the meantime, enjoy your weekend! Now to go plan my all-knight Maniple…