Warhammer 40k has been a on a furious release assault. I think it has done Games Workshop a lot of good, and the hobby/game as a whole. It seems we are much more engaged into what is going on more than ever before. Yet as this large summer Apocalypse supplement has just gone up for pre-orders, we all know something else is right around the corner.


In the July White Dwarf, we discovered Farsight: a Tau codex Supplement. So after Apocalypse, this is indeed the next major release and digitally it will be happening in July.

From the Iyanden codex supplement, we can assume that a few weeks after the digital release is out, a hard cover book release will come. After this, going back to our release orders, Lizardmen may be next in August alongside a hardcover Farsight supplement.

Recent rumors has put Space Marines in September, so thats what I am sticking to, alongside a White Scar supplement, that is said to be basically done at the printers.

So this is what I see occurring according to rumors etc. Not confirmed, and if I hear more I will be definitely getting it out to the readers.

July 
Apocalypse July 13th
Farsight: digital release Later in the month

August
Lizardmen August 3rd
Farsight hardcover codex supplement

September
Space Marines Codex
White Scar Codex Supplement

30 Comments:

  1. Where is the Blood bowl box then? Someone said september...

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    1. i don´t think there will be one
      we got the apoc box allready
      makes more sence they try to cash in more with releases for that!!

      besides these are rumors!!!!
      we didn´t get the ork wave or nid harpy wave or IG wave or CSM wave or the rumored bloodbowl for years

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    2. Gamesworkshop Sacked Blood Bowl removing tons of the stuff from the site.

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    1. If they get anything they'll be last in the line. They just need a lot of work with regards to models.

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    2. come the apocalypse...then... and only then :(

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    3. I don't know where you've been but apocalypse came yesterday

      cue laughter :p

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    4. Sorry to be 'that guy' (I.e. a pedantic asshole :P) but those are just preorders. Apocalypse by mid-July though! ;D

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  3. It might also be dark elves in august, although most rumors have them as the october release, but the way GW is going now with their releases... who knows.

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    1. To be fair, the Hastings order still has Dark Elves after Space Marines, so leaning more towards October on that front.

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  4. Can someone please explain why people are hung up about Sisters of Battle? I just don't get it!

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    1. Because they don't even have a codex! They only have white dwarf for their rules and are pretty much useless without allies that's why. As with any beloved army the people that play them want them to be playable, and they don't even have an old codex to go on.

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    2. Because GW hates money. So they won't give them an update. Makes perfect sense.

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    3. Or, you know, if you believe the rumors Sisters will be getting piled into that supposed Agents of the Inquisition Grey Knight supplement.

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    4. go buy the old metal model
      once GW sells them all off they might make plastics and a dex
      SOB just don´t sell well... you can understand why GW did not give them a proper dex

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    5. Its Impossible for SoS to sell now. Their rules are in the WhiteDwarf and you can't order the older versions of the WhiteDwarf now. Only the ones that were made in its current style.....

      Plus, new Hobbyists aren't informed about SoS at all, as they don't even appear on the shelves of GW stores anymore

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  6. Space Marines is the next release.
    Lizardmen will be September, followed by a further 40k release in October, then the mystery box in November

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    1. That goes against established rumours!!

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    2. and GW tend to alternate releases between systems.

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    3. It makes sense to have Space Marines in september as they are arguably the most popular 40k army, that will mean high sales. Last year I believe dark vengeance came out in september and sold alot. To keep from showing a decrease in revenue from the previous year is to release their most popular army. I really don't think Lizardmen will have the sales that Codex marines will and share holders don't like to see dips in sales from year to year.

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  7. Wish they'd do a friggin supplement for chaos space marines. But leave it to GW to let that codex rot by the wayside and release for books that are much better already before the add the much needed flavor to chaos. Yay Tau *roll eyes*

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    1. It is all for the greater good. Anything that helps my tau against my regular opponents almost udefeatably cheesey CSM list is alright by me

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    2. LOL all I see locally are super cheese broadside lists. 9 broadsides everywhere. I don't think they're being played properly, but they've yet to lose at our shop. I haven't played them because its silly and I think something is wrong, but still...shiiiiiiiiiii...

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    3. Im one of the only full tau players in my area, and everyone else is a lot more experienced then me. Have to admit, the new codex has helped my little underdogs immensely, and some of the combinations now possible can become tremendously powerful, in the right hands, but when you face an assault force on a four by four table and they can be in CC by the end of the first time on some occasions, ranged superiority becomes kind of a moot point.

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  8. I predict Black Templars codex by June 2022, mark my words!

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  9. I feel the lack of Templar love brother monkey, but they will probably get their codex right after Sisters...

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