During Warhammer Fest, Games Workshop unveiled the colossal boxed set accompanying the 10th edition of Warhammer 40K, named “Leviathan.” Scheduled for release in June, concurrently with the new edition, the box will contain 47 Tyranid figures, a hardcover set of rules, a deck of missions, 25 Space Marine figures, and a transfer sheet exclusive to the Space Marines.
For the Space Marine faction, the set includes a Ballistus Dreadnought, an Apothecary Biologis, a Captain in Terminator Armour, a Librarian in Terminator Armour, a Lieutenant in Phobos Armour, a Sternguard Veteran Squad, an Infernus Squad, and a Terminator Squad.
For Tyranid enthusiasts, the set offers a Winged Tyranid Prime, a Neurotyrant, a Screamer-Killer, three Von Ryan’s Leapers, numerous Termagants, several Neurogaunts, five Barbgaunts, and a Psychophage. Check out a few trailers below that showcases all of the amazing content that you will end up getting from the box set.
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Beyond the box, a release roadmap extends until Spring 2024. This summer, Games Workshop plans to release a separate book containing the Crusade section of the rules. In the fall, codexes for Space Marines and Tyranids will be released, followed by Adeptus Mechanicus and Necrons in the winter. T’au, Orks, Chaos Space Marines, Adeptus Custodes, and Dark Angels are slated for Spring 2024.
Notably, codexes are not mandatory for gameplay, as a comprehensive set of Index Cards with data cards for each unit will be available for download on day one. In addition to the Warhammer 40K 10th Edition content, a mysterious teaser hints at a “Battle on a New Scale.” While uncertain, this could suggest the introduction of a new spin-off game, akin to the former Epic 40K with its smaller 6mm miniatures. On the other hand, it could utilise the 8mm scale found in Adeptus Titanicus or adopt a comparable approach.