This is a complete game for two players in a box that’s packed with incredible new miniatures. If you don’t feel like sharing, it’s a fantastic way to start or expand a new Warhammer: The Horus Heresy army! The miniatures are all plastic and much easier to build, making the game more accessible than ever before. (Who are we kidding, you’re not going to share it…)
Kicking off the set are a whopping 40 (forty!) Space Marine Legionaries in Mark VI Power Armour. The Tactical Squads that they make up are the core of any army for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy and are even more important in the new edition than ever before.
Leading the Tactical Legionaries into battle are two Praetors, who are as ostentatious and decadent as you’d expect for a pair of heroes from the zenith of Humanity’s power.
All of that infantry will need heavy support – that’s where the Contemptor Dreadnought comes in. It comes with loads of weapon options and lots of different ways to personalise your mighty war machines.
The Spartan was originally designed to get Terminators into the heat of battle, and the set is rounded out with 10 of the elite Space Marines, clad in the finest Cataphractii plate.
You also get templates, measuring sticks, dice, and the new rulebook for Warhammer: The Horus Heresy – which you’ll be able to buy separately soon after the boxed set is released. The rules have been updated and improved, perfect for a time of Titans, Primarchs, and Legions of superhuman warriors.
You won’t have long to wait to get your hands on this unbelievably packed boxed set, and while we can’t reveal full details of pricing, we can confirm that the set will cost less than £200 or $300 (US) when it launches. That’s a lot of Beakies for your bucks…
All the miniatures in the box are Legion-agnostic – they’ll all look incredible painted as any of the 18 Legions. If you’ve not already done so, now is the perfect time to head over to the Warhammer: The Horus Heresy website and find out which Space Marines Legion is for you.