I'd definitely put Dark Future at the top of my list.
More generally, I do wonder whether it will be another year or so before boardgames look like promising prospects, from the point of view of a miniatures/gaming company like GW. In countries like the US, at least, it will be some time before I game live in the same room with my gaming buddies. I do foresee continuing to buy new 40k kits to model and paint and so on over the next year to feed my gaming/hobby habit -- largely out of momentum (I'm already deeply invested, in terms of both $ and imagination, in the grim distance of the far future), and because I can do this at home by myself.
But I don't see myself doing as much in-person or in-store gaming for the foreseeable future. And accordingly, I doubt I will be making as many boardgame purchases as I normally do -- presumably for a period as long as the next year or two. From GW's perspective (and possibly from the perspective of certain other companies), it might make more sense to hold off on launching a new miniatures boardgame line (e.g., a project on the scale of a venture of, say, Warcry) until late 2021-22. Just from the perspective of resource allocation v. revenue, I mean.
Or maybe this fear is country-specific to the US, where the curve ain't flattening for some time to come.