Shadow War: Armageddon Hits For 40k + New Citadel War-Ter!

April 1, 2017 by brennon

Games Workshop has now released their new game project, Shadow War: Armageddon onto their webstore for you to snap up for Warhammer 40,000. The boxed set contains both Space Marines and Orks battling it out over their new terrain.

Shadow War Set

Not only does the game box contain rules for skirmish combat in the world of Warhammer 40,000 but it also allows you to play out campaigns and delve into narrative experiences as you battle on.

The Scenery

As well as the miniatures, which we’ll take a look at later, you get the modular terrain kit.

Shadow War Terrain

This set is designed to show off the industrial part of the world of Armageddon. The plastic kit can be broken down and assembled in a number of different ways which is great for someone wanting to snap up multiple kits to create something massive.

The different levels help to add a sense of cinematic awesomeness on the tabletop.

The Miniatures

Inside the set you will be getting two plastic kits for the Space Marine Scouts…

Shadow War Scouts

…and the Ork Boy. These kits won’t be something that surprises anyone out there as they come with a number of different weapon options and are a flexible force.

Shadow War Orks

They are also incredibly identifiable when it comes to someone checking out the project.

Additional Kill Teams

As things move on they are also opening up more options for people to pick up. There are  a number of different Kill Teams already available including Eldar…

Craftworld Eldar Kill Tean…and the Necrons which you see here.

Necron Kill Team

So there you have it. Plenty of awesomeness for you to get stuck into. Of course this isn’t everything as Games Workshop also put together a new product, Citadel War-Ter!

You HAVE to check out the video at the top of the page which shows off the product in use.

Are you going to be diving into Shadow War: Armageddon?

"As well as the miniatures, which we'll take a look at later, you get the modular terrain kit..."