Games Workshop Reveal Three New Games At NY Toy Fair

February 15, 2019 by brennon

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Games Workshop has revealed three new games coming to the tabletop from the worlds of Warhammer 40,000 and Age Of Sigmar. The first of these is Combat Arena.

Combat Arena Box - Games Workshop

Combat Arena is another of the board games from Games Workshop for two-to-four players where they are battling for supremacy aboard an Imperial Vessel. Imagine you're in the X-Men Danger Room and you'll hit the right note.

Combat Arena - Games Workshop

The set is actually meant to be a prequel to Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress and these characters might find their way into that.

Combat Arena Heroes - Games Workshop

The game looks quick and simple to play, a nice thing to throw into the mix when you're pressed for time at the local club.

Stormvault

Taking a step into the Mortal Realms we have Stormvault.

Stormvault - Games Workshop

This two-to-five player game has you adventuring across the land as Stormcast Eternals.

Stormvault (Alt) - Games Workshop

It seems like a new take on the rules that we saw used for that somewhat weird Lord Of The Rings board game they came out with last year. There are no more details on this one just yet but it does come with some nice looking components and plastic models to represent the various heroes.

Warhammer Underworlds: Dreadfane

Adapting Warhammer Underworlds for a new audience, Dreadfane gives people who are new to the game a good entry-level experience. It comes with Stormcast Eternals and Nighthaunts as well as options to play with them beyond this set against other warbands.

Warhammer Underworlds Dreadfane - Games Workshop

It looks like a rather neat take on the game and if it's focused on new players, that can only be a good thing. It's good to have more options for people who want to experience these worlds but don't want to drop hundreds of pounds.

Warhammer Underworlds Dreadfane (Alt) - Games Workshop

Here's hoping these are three new games which actually sit on the Games Workshop shelf for longer than some of their older projects. Time will tell no doubt!

Will you be checking out these games?

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