Players are excited to get a brand new Hachette Partworks Collection in 2024 in Warhammer 40k: Rogue Trader.
Hachette is an international publisher originally founded in France in the nineteenth century.
Continue reading to learn more about the Hachette Partworks Combat Patrol.
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An Overview Of Hachette Combat Patrol
The Hachette Partworks series has covered the Imperium set and AOS with Strombringer in Warhammer 40k.
Subsequently, it is coming with another Monumental Series of magazines in 2024 for Warhammer 40K.
Hachette Combat Patrol is the next weekly magazine being published by Hachette Partworks.
However, Combat Patrol is not a full collection, it’s intended to go on a trial run first.
A full collection will be released if everything goes well with the trial.
Moreover, this weekly magazine consists of painting guides and mini-games for the models.
It will cost £10 per issue, however, people will get models for cheap for their specific Army.
Hachette Partworks Combat Patrol: Factions
This Hachette Partworks Combat Patrol includes the following 9 factions in this collection.
Here are all the factions described below:
1. Space Marines
Space Marines, also known as the Adeptus Astartes, are a central and iconic faction.
Moreover, they are superhuman warrior monks who fight for the Imperium of Man.
Hence, this Hachette Partworks Combat Patrol includes the Terminator captain, librarian as well as Infernus Marines.
This is one of the cheapest GW to produce and is going to be in one issue.
The Tyranids are a fictional alien race in the Warhammer 40k and operate as a collective consciousness known as the Hive Mind.
Hence, this combat patrol includes Parasite of Mortex, you’re getting 20 Termagants and a couple of Barbgunts.
3. Leagues Of Votann
In Warhammer 4K, the Leagues of Votann are armed with some of the best guns, armor, and technology.
In addition, they are a confederation of Abhuman clones, who share their lives and societies with self-aware robotic constructs, the Ironkin.
You will get the additional unit i.e. Hearthguard in this Combat Patrol.
The Aeldari also known as Eldar are an ancient and highly advanced species of humanoid Xenos, an ancient race of elf-like humanoids.
Hence, they are characterized by their sophistication, agility, and powerful psychic abilities.
Moreover, Aeldari in Combat Patrol features a Farseer, 11 Guardian Defenders, and 6 Windriders.
5. Astra Militarum
The Astra Militarum is a vast and diverse military force in the world of Warhammer 4k.
Hence, it is also known as the Imperial Guard, the largest fighting force and one of the primary military forces of the Imperium of Man.
This Combat Patrol features a Cadian Command Squad, Shook Troops, and Elysian Sniper Squad.
6. Genestealer Cults
Genestealer Cults are a secretive faction in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.
However, they are known for their secret operations, infiltration, and connection to the Tyranids.
This Combat Patrol includes Magus, Acolyte Hybrids, Aberrants, and Goliath Rockginder as a vehicle.
Orks are green-skinned aliens known for their love of violence and spread all across the galaxy.
Moreover, they possess the physiological features of animals and fungi.
Hence, Orks are getting Deffkoptas, Warboss in Mega Armour, 20 Orks boys, and a Deff Dread as a means of transportation.
8. Chaos Space Marines
Chaos Space Marines are also known as Traitor Marines, Renegade Marines, and Heretic Astartes.
Hence, they are the former Space Marines of the Imperium of Man and have dedicated themselves to Chaos to succeed.
This Combat Patrol features Dark Apostle together with 2 Dark Disciples: a close combat weapon, Helbrute as a vehicle and 5 Havocs.
9. World Eaters
The World Eaters, originally known as the War Hounds are one of the Traitor Legions of Chaos Space Marines.
Hence, you are getting Lord Invocatus as an Epic Hero, 10 Jakhals, Khorne Berserkers, and World eaters Forfefiend.
The Bottom Line
This new collection is more targeted to new players, you can either buy them in stores or subscribe to Hachette Partworks.
However, Hachette will sell a few issues initially, and see if the demand for it will rise or not before doing a full run.