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Shacknews - Xav de Matos
The week-long THQ sale continues on Steam today, this time offering discounts on the Dawn of War franchise (Ed. Note: This particular sale runs until November 1).
Both the original Dawn of War and its sequel--conveniently dubbed Dawn of War 2--as well as all expansions for the RTS franchise are available for 50% off.
- Dawn of War Bundle (Gold & Dark Crusade) - $14.99 (down 50% from $29.99)
- Dawn of War: Soulstorm - $9.99 (down 50% from $19.99)
- Dawn of War 2 Gold Bundle (DoW 2 & Chaos Rising) - $19.99 (down 50% from $39.99)
Aug 5, 2010
Shacknews - Brian Leahy
Relic's RTS Dawn of War II and its expansion Chaos Rising have had their multiplayer patched to version 2.3.1, which has been lovingly named the "Eternal War" patch.
Free-for-fall and team free-for-all game modes have been added to the game along with a new map, "The White Walls of Calderis". Additionally, plays can now vote on preferred maps for matchmaking, which will be fed into the system and attempt to match players on his or her preferred maps.
A host of balance changes have also been introduced as well as improvements to the garrisoning and transporting systems. The patch should be automatically applied through Steam and the full notes can be found below.
Release Notes v2.3.1 Eternal WarDawn of War II: Chaos Rising
Apr 8, 2010
Shacknews - Chris Faylor
A new update for Dawn of War II and its standalone expansion Chaos Rising should arrive today, developer Relic has revealed, bringing the PC RTS-RPG to v.2.2.
Chief among the additions is support for custom keybindings, supplemented by various bug fixes, tweaks, and balance changes. Per usual, the update will be available through distribution platform Steam, which is required to run the game.
A full breakdown of the changes is just below. Thanks to spaceyme for the tip.