No Quarter Magazine Evolving to No Quarter Prime

Privateer Press is updating No Quarter magazine. As they push for more digital content, changing their books and cards to digital releases, No Quarter is looking to supplement that material. The magazine is also moving to a bi-monthly release schedule (that’s one ever-other month. Not twice a month… You’d really think they’d come up with a different word for both of those)…

About the update:

Privateer Press has announced it will retire No Quarter magazine after issue #73 in July and will relaunch the bimonthly publication as No Quarter Prime beginning in September 2017.

“No Quarter has had a great run for the past 12 years, and we’re proud of what it has achieved,” said Chief Creative Officer Matt Wilson, “but in the current era of the new editions of WARMACHINE & HORDES, we need a No Quarter that can keep up with and complement our use of digital content as well as the expanding Iron Kingdoms setting. No Quarter Prime will do exactly that.”

Once the Skorne Command book releases in September, Privateer Press will no longer publish supplemental books for WARMACHINE & HORDES, with the exception of a Force book each year corresponding to the annual release of a new Faction for the games. Instead, all content committed to print for WARMACHINE & HORDES will be found within the pages of No Quarter Prime.

No Quarter Prime will launch with issue #1 in September, and there will be no interruption in the publishing schedule. New issues will continue to release six times a year in January, March, May, July, September, and November. The magazine will remain 112 pages and will continue to be ad-free. The dimensions will change slightly from 8″ x 10.875″ to 8.5″ x 11″. Cover price will increase from $8.50 to $9.00.

The all-new No Quarter Prime will be focused on playable content, original self-contained game experiences, world-expanding lore, and hobby techniques. Each issue will also include an “After Action Report” that recaps the most recent Community Integrated Development cycle and offers the first look at the final version of model stats before the models are released to the public.

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