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Warhammer 40,000 Imperium – New 40k Hachette Partwork – UPDATE – Website now live!

Exciting news today as we saw a tease of what looks to be a new upcoming partwork series from Hacette Partworks – this time looking to cover models from the Indomitus box!

Both Assault Intercessors and Skorpekh Destroyers can be spied on the covers so is a nice nod towards the kits that might be included in this run! Interestingly, the logo also has the Adeptus Mechanicus, Ultramarine and Adepta Sororitas icons on it too, so could we perhaps see some kits from those ranges too?

By all accounts Warhammer 40k Conquest was super popular (Especially as often it gave you access to much cheaper units than the boxed versions!) so I imagine this will likewise fly off the shelves!

We don’t know when this is out yet, but shall be keeping our beady eyes on it!


The website is now live over at

This looks to follow the same format as both Conquest and Mortal Realms with weekly issues delivered monthly containing an assortment of paints and models!

From some images originally shared by the Fauxhammer guys, looks like we get an absolute stack of stuff for Space Marines, Sisters of Battle, Adeptus Mechanicus and Necrons! I even spy the Primarch himself in there! Guilliman as part of a part works? Yes please! We have a full breakdown of the contents and value here!

Issue 5 also contains an exclusive model, again mirroring the format of the previous partworks!

Thanks to Fauxhammer for the image!

In addition to a standard subscription there is also the option of a premium subscription that unlocks some further content split between 4 packages that get delivered over the run of the magazine

Chaos: Contains 2 Greater possessed, 10 Chaos Space Marines and a Chaos Sorcerer (Approx £50 value)

Tyranids: Contains 12 Termagants, 8 Genestealers and a Brood Lord (Approx £70 value)

Tau: Contains 10 Tau Firewarriors, 3 Stealthsuits and a Cadre Fireblade (Approx £67)

Orks: Contains 11 Ork Boyz, Grotz, Big Mek with Shock Attack Gun (Approx £57 value)

Opting for the Premium Subscription gives you £244 of models for £160 – so not a bad option if you collect those armies!

Does the Magazine look worth it? Well I will be digging into a full list of contents, so stay tuned to the site for further updates!


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