Astartes: Warhammer 40K Stunning Movie Series
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Astartes: Warhammer 40K Stunning Movie Series
18 June, 2019

Almost every Warhammer 40K fan was begging the company for a hi-end production of their favorite game universe. Finally, the new Astartes series sees the light!

There were some previous productions as Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40k Movie and The Lord Inquisitor. The first one was met with disappointment or lukewarm applause, the second one while looking amazing way too much time to deliver.

As for the new Astartes series,  it really sets a new benchmark for the future company’s productions. This the first time the Warhammer space marines are shown as actual tactical, reasonable soldiers but not just walking tanks shouting “For the Emperor!”.

In Astartes, there’s no single word, no speeches about Primarchs and Emperor and heretics. The movie is straight to the action. No more words. You just have to see it!

Make sure you subscribe to Astarters’ YouTube channel and their Patreon. We all have a feeling that wherever the producers are taking this, this is going to be awesome.

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This is a fan project, like the Lord Inquisitor was. GW has absolutely nothing to do with it!