Today independent developer Fatshark launched the pre-order of their upcoming 4 Player co-op game Warhammer 40,000: Darktide. The studio celebrated the occasion by releasing a brand new CG trailer at Skulls, the annual Warhammer festival.

The new trailer, featuring music from Jesper Kyd, premiered during the show, and if you want to watch it again and again, this is where you will find it.

As of today, two editions of Warhammer 40,000: Darktide are available for pre-order on Steam, Windows Store and Xbox Store.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide ($39.99)

  • The Atoman Star Weapon Trinket: A cosmetic weapon trinket awarded to those who answered in the hour of Atoma’s need.
  • Vanguard of the Imperium Portrait Frame: A cosmetic portrait frame reserved for those first to enter the fray, and last to leave it.

Warhammer 40,000: Darktide – Imperial Edition ($59.99):

  • Base Game
  • Loyalist Pack: Purge heresy in style with these 4 unique class outfits, 8 weapon skin patterns, one headgear, and an Ogryn body tattoo.
  • Mortis Veteran Portrait Frame: A cosmetic portrait frame used to pay tribute to the fallen defenders of Tertium Hive.
  • Caducades Backpack: A cosmetic backpack for human characters. Scavenged from the fallen troops of Cadia, this backpack has been repurposed to serve those still alive and fighting.
  • 2500 Aquilas (premium currency)
  • The Atoman Star Weapon Trinket: A cosmetic weapon trinket awarded to those who answered in the hour of Atoma’s need.
  • Vanguard of the Imperium Portrait Frame: A cosmetic portrait frame reserved for those first to enter the fray, and last to leave it.

“Being part of Skulls is always amazing, but premiering our new trailer to this massive audience of Warhammer fans and gamers today is truly special,” says Martin Wahlund, CEO Fatshark. “The pre-order kicks off an exciting week that will have more amazing Darktide-related surprises in store.”

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