Fantasy Flight Games will no longer be making or selling Games Workshop games. This effects Black Crusade, Dark Heresy, Forbidden Stars, and many more games that were licensed through Games Workhop. This was a good partnership, and it will be sad to see it go.
Perhaps Games Workshop's new interest in board games is a leading cause of conflict? Its hard to say, but Fantasy Flight Games already has a very successful entries into the miniature wargaming market. So who knows for certain why it happened, but the one thing we do know, is that these games will be missed. Guess I need to get the ones I want soon.
via Fantasy Flight Games (you can read the entire article at the link)
What does this mean for Fantasy Flight Games products created from Games Workshop properties?
After February 28th, 2017, product lines dealing with Games Workshop properties will end and will no longer be offered for sale by Fantasy Flight Games.
All upcoming products for these product lines have already been announced—there will be no new announcements of additional Games Workshop-licensed products. All announced, currently unreleased products will be released before the conclusion of the business relationship between Fantasy Flight Games and Games Workshop.
The full list of product lines leaving the Fantasy Flight Games catalog is:
• Black Crusade
• Blood Bowl: Team Manager
• Chaos in the Old World
• Chaos Marauders
• Dark Heresy
• Dark Heresy Second Edition
• Forbidden Stars
• Fury of Dracula
• Only War
• Rogue Trader
• Space Hulk: Death Angel
• Warhammer: Diskwars
• Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay
• Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game
• Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game
• Warhammer 40,000: Conquest
• All Fantasy Flight Supply products showing imagery licensed to Games Workshop