Amazon’s Warhammer 40K Series – What We Know So Far

A big-budget, live-action adaptation of “Warhammer 40K” is certainly a major step forward for the intellectual property, but it’s also far from the first time the miniature wargame has received adaptations into other media.

A 2010 CG-animated movie titled “Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40K Movie” focuses on the titular group of Space Marines and features some major voice talent like John Hurt and Sean Pertwee. Unfortunately, this movie is hard to come by through official channels today, with the only way to reach it in most regions being to get it on DVD. There’s also “Hammer and Bolter,” an animated anthology series that focuses on various characters in the “Warhammer 40K” universe. Curiously enough, the only way to watch this piece of content is to subscribe to Warhammer+, Games Workshop’s own proprietary “Warhammer” streaming service which also houses several other animated specials set in the world of the game.

Of course, there’s also the prolific “Warhammer 40K” video game series. There have been numerous “Warhammer 40K” games dating back to the 1990s, and the series is still going strong with releases for modern platforms. 2018’s “Warhammer 40K: Mechanicus” is available to play on the Xbox One and Series X/S line of consoles, Sony’s PlayStation 4 and 5, and PC, for instance. It’s been fairly well-received by critics, too, so it may be worth checking out for fans eagerly awaiting Amazon’s adaptation.

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