Following the announcement that ININ Games are publishing the physical editions of Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef in Autumn 2022, the limited, boxed editions have now been revealed.

With a hand-drawn look and a focus on Orks instead of those ubiquitous Space Marines, this 1-4 player 2D shooter looks like it’s going to be an absolute blast.

The special editions of Warhammer 40,000: Shootas, Blood & Teef will be available to pre-order from Strictly Limited Games and Gamesrocket from the 12th of May, but be warned – the Limited Edition is limited to 3,500 individually numbered copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,500 for PS4 and PS5 each, with the Collector’s Edition limited to 2,500 copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,000 for PS4 and PS5 each.

While the Limited Edition has unique cover artwork and a colourful game manual, true collectors will definitely want to check out the absolutely stuffed-full-of-goodies Collector’s Edition, which contains the following:

Though the game itself sees your rowdy, violent Orks on a quest to retrieve a luscious hair squig, unfortunately the Collector’s Edition doesn’t come with one – but as you can see from the above image, there’s plenty in there!

Pre-orders go live on the 12th of May – and you can register your interest at these links: either from Strictly Limited Games or Gamesrocket.

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