Games Workshop’s new streaming service, Warhammer+, has arrived. In this article, we explain how to access and use the service. We also keep track of everything that’s released on the platform, with descriptions and micro-reviews of releases as they arrive.
How does Warhammer+ work?
Warhammer+ is a bundle subscription that gives you access to a variety of Warhammer content. It costs £4,99/$5,99 a month, with the option to subscribe for a whole year at once and get two months subscription for free.
To sign up, go to MyWarhammer.com, create a profile and proceed to the Warhammer+ subscription page.
Content on Warhammer+ (updated every week)
Warhammer+ is updated with new content every Wednesday, and we’ll keep updating this complete list of content every week as well. As often as we can, we’ll also add small reviews of select pieces of content, such as animated episodes we like or books that are especially great.
One of the main attractions of Warhammer+ is the ability to stream original Warhammer animation series exclusively available with the subscription. It can all be streamed on Warhammer TV.
Astartes is a short film about a squad of Space Marines on a mission aboard an enemy ship, where they end up fighting something much stranger than the rebels they at first thought they were up against. Quite differently from Angels of Death the CGI animation in Astartes is of very high quality, so even though it’s only 13 standalone minutes, it’s a great watch.
Hammer and Bolter
Hammer and Bolter is an anthology series of animated Warhammer short stories. Warhammer+ launched with 3 episodes of the series, but more will be added regularly. The animation quality isn’t impressive at all, and if you’re not into Warhammer at all the stories will probably also feel cringy, but the series leans heavily into an 80’s/90’s cartoon style with plenty of ominous synthesizer tracks, campy dialogue, supernatural horror and gory combat scenes, so if were a nerdy kid in those decades, chances are you’ll have a great time with this series.
Episode 1: Death’s Hand
In this episode, an Imperial Inquisitor anticipating investiture on Terra runs into trouble on the way there.
Episode 2: Bound for Greatness
In this episode, an Imperal Scribe is tempted by the lure of Chaos through the presence of a book that’s not supposed to be there.
Episode 3: Old Bale Eye
In this episode, an Ork Runtherder tells the tale Old Bale Eye – the Imperial Comissar so good at fighting, the Orks see him as their favourite foe.
Episode 4: Fangs
In this episode, three legendary Space Wolves drink and play a game while they wait to see which Space Wolf apprentices will survive their hunting trials.
Episode 5: A Question of Faith
In this episode, two Sisters of Battle warriors defend an Imperial Shrine against Khorne cultists, and receive unexpected help.
Episode 6: In The Garden of Ghosts
This episode follows two Aeldari exploring a dying Craftworld after a battle between their kin and Space Marines, leading to a vision of the heroic death of their divine protector.
Angels of Death
Angels of Death is a Warhammer 40,000 animated series following the Blood Angels Space Marines. It is released episodically.
This used to be a fan project, which then became supported by Games Workshop. It features a unique CGI style with a monochrome+red color scheme that gives it its own personality. The story and acting is 280% Space Marine madness with melodramatic dialogue and a very grimdark atmosphere.
Episode 1: Blood and Duty
This first episode introduces viewers to the crew and inhabitants of the Blood Angels Flagship Sword of Baal.
Episode 2: The Silent City
In the second episode, the Blood Angels get into a fight with Genestealers and Hybrids, while their fleet in orbit is infiltrated.
Episode 3: Trail of Blood
In this episode, the carnage continues.
Episode 4: Awakenings
In this episode, the Blood Angels squad get into serious conversations, and the Genestealer Cults employ even stronger forces against them.
Episode 5: Tempest
In this episode, the series goes back in time as we meet one of the most famous Blood Angels characters.
Episode 6: Against the Horde
In this episode, we finally get to see what happened to the Captain the squad is searching for, and the Blood Angels get some unexpected help.
Free animated trailers
- Warhammer 40,000 Cinematic Trailer
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar Cinematic Trailer
- Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team Cinematic Trailer
The Warhammer TV app and website is home to both free painting videos and the subscription-exclusive Citadel Colour Masterclass.
Citadel Color Masterclass
Citadel Colour painter Louise Sugden provide expert painting advice in this in-depth video series.
Topics covered in the series:
- Pale Skin
- Wet Blending
- Black Armour
- True Metallic Gold
- Kruleboyz Flesh
- White Armour
- Faces: Dark Skin
Free Painting Videos – Best of Citadel Colour
These videos are taken from the Citadel Colour website, and the following topics are covered
- Painting Basics
- Paint Types
- How to Base & Paint
Warhammer TV features battle reports, split into two series – one for Age of Sigmar and one for Warhammer 40,000. These are condensed battle reports with very high production values and lots of explanations for new players. They might not be as tactically advanced as those battle reports you can find on Youtube, but they’re good for beginners, and the models and terrain look amazing.
Warhammer 40,000: Battle Report
- Ultramarines vs. Necrons
- Orks vs. Blood Angels
- Ultramarines vs. Death Guard
- Drukhari vs. Craftworld Aeldari
Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team: Battle Report
- Death Korps of Krieg vs Ork Kommandos
- Angels of Death Narrative game (Blood Angels vs. Genestealer Cults)
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Battle Report
- Orruk Warclans vs. Stormcast Eternals
- Ogor Mawtribes vs. Stormcast Eternals
Loremasters is a video series covering various aspects of Warhammer lore.
- Abaddon the Despoiler
- Ghazghkull Thraka
Deep Strike Videos
Deep Strike is a series of background shows with conversations and interviews about Warhammer TV series.
- Angels of Death
Learn to Play Videos
- Warhammer 40,000
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar
- Kill Team
- Warhammer Underworlds: Direchasm
- Blood Bowl
- Aeronautica Imperialis
The Warhammer Vault website, which requires a subscription to Warhammer+ to log in, contains a backlog of older Warhammer publications such as magazines and campaign books.
Books and Lore
Note: The campaign books on Warhammer Vault only contain the lore sections of the books they’re taken from – not the game rules.
- Warzone Damocles
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The Realmgate Wars III – God Beasts: The Lore
- Angel’s Blade
- Traitor’s Hate
- Shield of Baal: Exterminatus
- Shield of Baal: Leviathan
- The Realmgate Wars 1: Quest for Ghal Maraz
- The Gathering Storm 1: Fall of Cadia: The Lore
- The Gathering Storm 2: The Fracture of Biel-Tan: The Lore
- The Gathering Storm 3: The Rise of the Primarch: The Lore
- Sanctus Reach: The Red Waaagh!: The Lore
- Sanctus Reach: The Hour of the Wolf: The Lore
- Waaagh! Ghazghkull: The Lore
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Mighty Battles in an Age of Unending War: The Lore
- Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Painting Guide
- Shadespire: The Lore
- Nightvault: The Lore
- Beast Grave: The Lore
- Direchasm: The Lore
- Warzone Fenris: Curse of the Wulfen: The Lore
- Warzone Fenris: Wrath of Magnus: The Lore
The Warhammer Vault also contains older Warhammer magazines. There are some recent White Dwarf issues there, of course, but the real treat so far is the digital re-release of Warhammer Visions, an older magazine dedicated entirely to painted models rather than rules and stories. It’s great for painting inspiration.
- White Dwarf May 2017-December 2019
- White Dwarf 450-465
- Warhammer Visions 1-30
A Warhammer+ subscription gives access to several Warhammer Apps:
This is the app for watching streamable content such as animated series, battle reports and painting videos. The app is free, but much of its content is exclusive to subscribers.
Warhammer 40,000: The App
A Warhammer+ subscription comes with a subscription to the Warhammer 40,000 app, which gives you access to rules and an army builder for the tabletop game. Be aware that you still have to buy physical rulebooks to use their rules in the app.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: The App
This app is a part of the subscription, and is currently available in a beta version that basically does what the Warhammer 40,000 app does, but for Age of Sigmar.
The subscription also comes with several extra bonuses. The subscription sometimes features time-limited prize draws, which we won’t list here, but everything else will be listed.
If you subscribe for an entire year, one miniature of your choice will sent to you. This will be either an Imperial Assassin or an Orruk Ironjawz Megaboss.
When you subscribe for one month, you also get a £10 Voucher for the Games Workshop Webstore.