Hi, just seen the video in bols with the "unboxing" of last white dwarf and i think haven't seen a page that really was important in spanish version.
Anyway, the video doesn't show all pages but i think such an update should have been showed. I'll explain.
In spanish white dwarf, there is a full page that shows every old codex announcing that they are all going to be updated to new rules.
I don't know if something similar is happening with the rest of codex, but such revamp is significant. Will they change rules that are outdated in these new versions?
Perhaps it is only a matter of measurement change: In spain, as we use centimeters instead of inches, every codex and rulebook had "translated" the stats, so 12" were 30 cms. BUT when throwed dices to see a random movement, we had to change to inches.
Example: 1d6 inches were explained in rules this way:
Throw 1D6 according to this table: (1=3cms, 2=5cms, 3=8cms, 4=10cms, 5=13cms, 6=15cms.... and so on
So it wasn't a nice system. They never explained that we were actually translating inches, but as we knew it, we were continuously changing from one system to other.
So in a normal turn, you moved your unit 30 cms. but if you walked through rough terrain move 2d6 inches, and then you shoot 30 cms, and when the unit fails its morale runs 3d6...inches or centimeters???¿?
So now they decided to unify the system and use a new method, simply use inches (they call it UM -Unidad de Movimiento=Movement Unit-) so every chart in spanish is outdated, as it reflects the distances of weapons and units in cms. And perhaps the update is just the oldest codex just showing the new UM.
That's what I wanted to know if such a page appears in other white dwarf other from spanish. if it appears, then there are updates that reflect new rules, if not, the updated perhaps is just about measurement system. or perhaps they do the job and by the way change rules according to new edition.