just before closing the Warhammer Day Show, Eddie Eccles showcased new miniatures from the upcoming Old World release. After a day of exciting news and celebrations, Games Workshop reminded gamers what is coming next.
The Warhammer Day show floor has been filled with a number of big reveals. These include the unexpected return of a classic Eldar unit and a surprise upgrade to one of the Stormcast Eternals.
According to Warhammer Community manager Eddie Eccles, Warhammer the Old World will be “one of the first releases in 2024”. Eccles spoke during a Warhammer Day preview stream about the Kingdom of Bretonnia faction’s launch lineup.
The most specific information on the Warhammer: The Old World release date has been released. We can tentatively predict that the tabletop will be released in February since a January release would dampen sales amid the post-holiday slump.
Despite no release date information, the presentation revealed new miniatures for Bretonnia Warhammer: The Old World faction, and details about which older kits are coming back.
A series of plastic parts allow you to construct either a Duke or a Baron, nobles of the Bretonnian army. Also included is a model for the Battle Standard Bearer, a convenient way to move this essential aura ability around the battlefield.
The Knights of the Realm are fully armored, armed with swords, shields, or axe halberds. As Eccles specifies, the kit will include interchangeable parts with some of the returning plastic sets.
Despite the fact that men in Bretonnia are forbidden from using magic, noble daughters sometimes disappear with fey creatures and come back with magic. This resin miniature is a magic-using hero in the Bretonnian army.
It was revealed that the following classic kits would resume production, some in new materials. Eccles also mentioned that some other kits, still to be revealed, would join the launch lineup.