I'm thinking the new Codex is also coming. Calling Orktober suggests more than a single release. Which is good, because the Ork range really needs some love. Note this picture from Warhammer Fest blog:
You see that giant Ork in the background standing on another buggy? Yeah, that's something new alright
There's been some criticism of the new buggy because it's "too low on the ground" but who cares. Fix the suspension or get some larger wheels ya grot, what kinda Mek are ya...
The two buggies that come in Speed Freeks will be unique to that box-- even though they have common components with the other new buggies, these two will have an additional sprue that makes them instead of one of the other buggies. So if either the shokkjump dragsta or the kustom boosta-blasta are your thing, be sure to pick up the Speed Freeks box instead of the regular buggy kit, which will make the others. And at $150, really, it's kind of hard to turn down Speed Freeks anyway since it's two buggies and 6 warbikes if you're an Ork player anyway (figure those buggies are probably at least $60 apiece, since those are Knight bases, and 3 warbikes are $41.25-- it's a savings of $52.50).
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