Less than a year after the surprise decision by Games Workshop to move the Wrath & Glory license to Cubicle 7, the revised edition is out. Although it doesn’t call itself a revised edition.
Cubicle 7’s Wrath & Glory is up at DriveThruRPG and costs $29.99 for the PDF. There are no print-on-demand options, yet, but hardbacks of the new book are coming.
If you previously bought Wrath & Glory at DriveThruRPG then check your library there and you’ll have automatically been given the updated edition.
The “Full-size Preview” isn’t very good for this upload, and will perhaps be updated later, but it defaults to a single and almost blank page with a typo on it.
In fact, early reviews of the new edition on DTRPG pick up on typos, but this isn’t unusual for a digital-first release as they can be easily fixed and also characteristics of books completed under lockdown.
Despite the spelling errors this does seem much easier to navigate and more streamlined than the previous version and they have stayed the printing so these errors can be reported and fixed before it goes to print so I’m happy with that. It seems very playable and I’m looking forward to running a campaign with it.
In related Warhammer 40K news, Humble Bundle stocked up this week with $286 worth of 40K ebooks.
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