Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Forge World Newsletter #260 - 2011 Sneak Peeks & Designers Interview Part 2

Heres the latest Forge World Newsletter with some interesting little tidbits for next year:

Hi There,

In the second of our Festive Newsletters, we are pleased to present the next instalment of our Badab War designer interview along with an advance preview of just a few of the many releases that we’ve got lined up for 2011.
Ead Brown

Badab Interview Video Part 2
Hot on the heels of the first part of our Badab War designer interview, we’re proud to announce that part 2 is available to view now.
If you missed the first part then fear not as it’s still available, along with part 2, and it’s now publicly available on YouTube as well, just search for Forge World Visual Feed.
Once again we’d like to thank Shroudfilm and everyone who sent us their questions. We’ll be bringing you the third and final part of our designer interview later this week, so keep an eye on both and our new Forge World Visual Feed channel on YouTube.

New Forge World Releases Coming in 2011:

Shadow Spectre Aspect Warriors
The first few months of the New Year will see the long-awaited release of the mysterious Shadow Spectre Aspect Warrior Squad. A model from this kit was first unveiled at Games Day UK back in September, and the talented Simon Egan has produced another four Shadow Spectres and is currently working his sculpting magic on an Exarch to lead the unit.

Warhammer Forge
Perhaps the most hotly-anticipated project that we are currently working on, Warhammer Forge made its debut at Games Day UK 2010. We are excited to announce that the first releases for this new range will be available to pre-order early in 2011, and will be followed later in the year by the very first Warhammer Forge book - Tamurkhan: The Throne of Chaos.

Keep an eye out for more details on these and other exciting releases in the Newsletters we have planned from early January 2011 onwards

As mush as I arent an Eldar fan the new Shadow Warrior caste do look pretty impressive but personally I'm more excited about IA:10 Badab Part 2 then anything else!

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