Fantasy Flight Games will launch Warhammer 40,000: Conquest, a new Living Card Game, in August. 
Fantasy Flight previously published Warhammer: Invasion, an LCG based on Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy, but stopped releasing new products after Hidden Kingdoms in late 2013.  This marks a return to Games Workshop IP with the LCG model, although it’s tied to Warhammer 40K, the more popular GW brand in the U.S., rather than Warhammer Fantasy, which is weaker here.
The core box contains over 200 player cards, split across seven factions, as well as 10 planet cards, 40 token cards, 64 tokens, and 2 servo-skull command dials.  The game is for 2 players, ages 14 and up, and plays in 30 – 60 minutes. MSRP is $39.95.
The two-player game casts players in the role of warlord, leading an army for control of the Traxis sector.   Players must establish a presence on different planets, and plan troop deployment on each world before battle for resources and influence erupts.  There are seven factions in the game:  Space Marines, Imperial Guard, Orks, Chaos, Dark Eldar, Eldar, and Tau.  Each faction has a unique style of play, and an alignment wheel shows how factions can form an alliance.  This will influence players’ strategy in the game.