Warhammer: The Horus Heresy Gets Brand New Cinematic Trailer

March 24, 2022 by brennon

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The worst kept secret from the Games Workshop design studio has now been revealed. Warhammer: The Horus Heresy is now officially on its way and we got a great new cinematic trailer to tease us on what's to come...

Cinematic Trailer // Warhammer: The Horus Heresy

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The trailer is pretty awesome and shows Horus striding proudly across the battlefield, cutting down all those that he thinks are lapdogs of the False Emperor. You get a sense of the scope of it all too with massive Legions of Space Marines clashing in various planets whilst Titans and rumbling war machines gouge huge chunks out of Loyalist and Traitor forces.

On the back of the new trailer, we also got a glimpse of some of the new plastic miniatures coming out way for the boxed game.


Praetor // Warhammer: The Horus Herey

Above we see a Sons Of Horus Praetor. A rather chunky individual I think you'll agree with some interesting additions to his armour from various makes and marks. He is shown in the trailer with his rebreather as you see here and helmeted, so I'd assume there will be head options in the set. The eagle-eyed will also have noticed the other character from the set that he duels with momentarily.

As well as the Praetor, we also got a look at a rather fantastic Mk VI Space Marine. A "Beaky" as the Orks would call them in battle.

Mk Vi Space Marine

Mk VI Space Marine // Warhammer: The Horus Heresy

There promises to be a whole host of these in the new boxed game when it lands. It will be interesting to see if they make this more of a Starter Set than a here-and-gone boxed game as we've seen in recent sets. I would imagine all of the plastic elements will be available later in the future anyway - much like with Betrayal At Calth and Burning Of Prospero.

The game rules are going to be refined and retuned but they will still remain 7th Edition Warhammer 40,000. So, it should mean that all of the books you diligently snapped up from Forge World are still relevant.

More reveals are planned every Thursday throughout the month of April so keep an eye out if you're already stoked to see more of The Horus Heresy in plastic.

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"The game rules are going to be refined and retuned but they will still remain 7th Edition Warhammer 40,000..."

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