Miniatures are looking fantastically detailed and as usual the plastic kits Games Workshop are producing at the moment are second to none despite the price. A full range of terrain is set to accompany the release giving the game a good opportunity to play shortly after buying the release. Obviously the painting and modelling aspect of the game can be taken upon as well with forces flying the Imperial or Traitor flags.
The last interesting fact, is that the game is going to be played on a 4 x 4 surface. This steps away from Games Workshops main title Warhammer 40,000 and Age of Sigmar. Both of these titles traditionally use a 6 x 4 surface as a minimum but it would seem that Games Workshop is learning from their previous releases such as Necromunda and Shadespire, that the smaller surface not only speeds up play, but also from a psychological point of view for the gamer, perhaps makes it better selling point allowing for quicker games, and less money invested.
I'm looking forward to this release, and more importantly fighting over war torn cities with a bunch of titans. I truly do hope the rules support re-playability, a campaign system, and seamless design to prevent the game from getting bogged down and stale.
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