Check it out! I’ve subscribed to Warhammer 40,000 Conquest! After the jump check out my unboxing video where I show you what you get in issues 1 and 2.
Watch my review to hear my thoughts on this new weekly publication
For those who don’t know what Warhammer 40,000 Conquest is, it’s a weekly magazine which includes Space Marines and Death Guard models, terrain and paint on the front cover. It’s aimed at beginners but is still really attractive to collectors (like myself). At the time of writing it’s only available in the UK and there hasn’t been any news on a worldwide rollout yet. The first four issues were available in a select number of Newsagents and all UK Games Workshop stores. The rest of the issues are subscription only. There will be 80 issues in total. Whilst it is a weekly magazine, subscribers will receive 4 issues once a month. It’s priced at £7.99 an issue. Hobbyists online have worked out that you will save hundreds of pounds on the models and that doesn’t even include all the paint and hobby materials you get as well. You can get more information their website here.
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