Posted on 2nd May 2023
By Billy Langsworthy
Burgschneider Group has partnered with Games Workshop to bring a licensed range of Warhammer costumes to market.
The costumes will initially be centred on Warhammer: The Old World, spanning uniforms, larp-safe weapons and armour from factions like the Empire of Man and Bretonnia.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with Games Workshop on this exciting new project,” said Markus Böhm, CEO of Burgschneider Group.
“We have always been fans of Warhammer and are excited to be able to help players bring characters from this rich setting to life.”
The new collection is expected to land in 2024.
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