Games Workshop held its annual Warhammer Skulls event today and revealed many dew details about the future of Warhammer. The largest bits of info were the reveals of three brand-new Warhammer video games, each from a separate genre.
Games Workshop has a lot of Warhammer-related announcements they’ve been holding back on, in anticipation of releasing them all at one event: the Warhammer Skulls Showcase. The press event will return this June for its sixth year.
It’s here, folks — the first ever strategy mobile game set in the Warhammer universe. Warhammer 40000: Lost Crusade was published by Nuverse in cooperation with IP owner Games Workshop.
Last June Warhammer Chaosbane launched for Playstation 4, XBox One and PC. The man who composed the soundtrack for that game was Chance Thomas, a professional whose resume includes games like DOTA 2, The Lord of the Rings Online and King Kong. Warhammer Chaosbane was his most recent project, and in this new video, Thomas reveals the secrets to his composition process.
Marvel announced today they’re entered a partnership with the British tabletop company Gaming Workshop to bring their iconic property Warhammer into the realm of paneled entertainment. Comic books in layman’s terms. THR scooped the story.
PlayFusion and Games Workshop have announced that the digital version of Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions will arrive on Nintendo Switch April 16.
Games Workshop has announced Skulls for the Skull Throne, a new cross-game event that introduces new DLCs for its Warhammer games and reduces their cost. Many of Warhammer’s most popular and newest titles have been slashed this weekend to up to 90 percent off.
There have been plenty of gaming franchises based on properties owned by Games Workshop over the past decade, including the likes of Warhammer 40,000 and Blood Bowl, but there has been little interest ever shown in Mordheim. This tabletop game is similar to the Warhammer series but more focused on smaller skirmishes and includes role-playing elements and a campaign structure. Now Rogue Factor have taken the property and created a tactical role-playing game that was first released for PC last year but has now been ported to Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
It appears as if Creative Assembly is working on a Warhammer based Total War game. A user on the Total War fansite TWCenter who has received the official art book that is due to release January 23, claims that it confirms the developer is working on Total War: Warhammer. The book quotes the creative director of the series Mike Simpson as saying: “…taking the series to a fantasy setting with Total War: Warhammer.” Considering that the book launches next week and Total War: Atilla is due to launch in February, it is likely that an official announcement will happen within the next few days.