fantasy-flight-gamesgamesworkshoplogo.jpgGames Workshop and Fantasy Flight Games have terminated their license agreement. According to an announcement by FFG, the company will end sales of all products based on GW properties—Warhammer Fantasy, Warhammer 40,000, and Talisman—as of the end of February, 2017. All previously-announced products, however, will be delivered before that date. That includes a couple of Talisman and Warhammer 40,000: Conquest expansions.

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Warhammer Age of Sigmar

White Dwarf Warhammer Age of SigmarWith tomorrow’s issue #75 of White Dwarf, Games Workshop launches Warhammer Fantasy in to the Age of Sigmar.

An age of eternal warfare where epic armies clash across unimaginably vast realms.

The new era means new rules and a brand new army, the Stormcast Eternals, as well as a new approach for GW. All the rules for Age of Sigmar will be covered in a 4 page pull-out. Warscroll Compendiums, guides that provide backward compatibility for all existing Citadel miniatures, will be available to download for free from the GW web store.

For the new Stormcast Eternals army there will be a $125 starter set that includes a total of 47 miniatures (18 Stormcast Eternals), dice, range rulers, and a background book. In fact, each copy of that White Dwarf will have a free Stormcast Eternals figure attached to the front cover.

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Total War: Warhammer

Warhammer logoPrepare for a Warhammer Fantasy version of the computer strategy game, Total War. That is according to the creative director of the game series, as quoted in a soon-to-be-released book, The Art of Total War. The quote was reported on the Total War Center forums by an alert reader who received a copy of the book ahead of its official January 23rd release date.

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