Warhammer® 40,000®: Dawn of War® III
Developer: Feral Interactive Ltd
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 27.9 GB - Download
DEATH COMES FOR ALL. DESTINY CHOOSES A FEW.
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Step into a brutal battle between three warring factions
In Dawn of War III, Space Marines, Orks and Eldar engage in colossal battles for control of a mysterious weapon which will determine the fate of all three.
Important information regarding Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III:
• If you require assistance, please contact our support team at [email protected]
• Minimum System Requirements:
◦ Processor: 2GHz
◦ RAM: 8GB
◦ Graphics: 1GB
◦ macOS: 10.12.4
◦ Free Space: 30GB
• The game is supported on the following Macs. To check your Mac model and when it was released, select About This Mac from the Apple Menu on your desktop.
◦ Most 21.5” iMacs released since Late 2013 (see 1)
◦ All 27” iMacs released since Late 2013 (see 2)
◦ All 13” Retina MacBook Pros released since 2016
◦ All 15” Retina MacBook Pros released since Mid 2012
◦ All Mac Pros released since Late 2013
1 - Check your CPU meets the minimum requirement
2 - Late 2012 models with Nvidia 675 or Nvidia 680 graphics cards are also supported.
• The following Macs are capable of running the game but do not consistently meet the standards required for official support:
◦ All 21.5” iMacs released between mid 2013 and Late 2013
◦ All 13” Retina MacBook Pros released between Mid 2012 and 2016
◦ Multiplayer is compatible between macOS and Linux versions only
◦ Due to the online requirements of Dawn of War III, a Calico account is required to play the game
• This game is not currently supported on volumes formatted as Case-sensitive.
• You can find out more about the game on the Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III mini-site at feralinteractive.com/dawnofwar3
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III © Copyright Games Workshop Limited 2017. Dawn of War III, the Dawn of War logo, GW, Games Workshop, Space Marine, 40K, Warhammer, Warhammer 40,000, 40,000, the ‘Aquila’ Double-headed Eagle logo, and all associated logos, illustrations, images, names, creatures, races, vehicles, locations, weapons, characters, and the distinctive likeness thereof, are either ® or TM, and/or © Games Workshop Limited, variably registered around the world, and used under license. This release was originally developed by Relic Entertainment and originally published by SEGA. SEGA, the SEGA logo, Relic Entertainment and the Relic Entertainment logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd or its affiliates. All rights reserved. SEGA is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Developed for and published on Mac by Feral Interactive Ltd. Mac and the Mac logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Feral and the Feral logo are trademarks of Feral Interactive Ltd. All other trademarks, logos and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.
• Adds two new multiplayer modes, Annihilation Classic and Annihilation with Defenses
• Adds Mortis Vale, a new multiplayer map
• Adds the Engines of Annihilation skin pack
• Fixes a number of minor issues
Most Helpful Reviews
It’s good, but Dawn of War 2 is better - I have a friend who is a big fan of the Diablo series, and he has said that Diablo 2 is much better than Diablo 3. I must say that this game is to the Dawn of War series what Diablo 3 is to that series. This isn’t to say that this game is bad, but it’s not as good as Dawn of War 2. Unlike Dawn of War 2 where you capture reinforcement points and collect resources, in this game you have to build a base where you can recruit troops as well as build resource collectors. It also doesn’t have the equipment collection that Dawn of War 2 has, which is a little disappointing. Plus you change races every mission, you don’t get to choose one faction and play through the whole game as it. However, the combat is still just as good as it was in Dawn of War 2, and it has something that its predecessor doesn’t, offline skirmish mode. Though it is worth noting that you pretty much have to play online because your heroes (elite units in this game) don’t gain experience in offline mode. Overall, this is enjoyable, but hardcore Dawn of War fans will likely be disappointed.
Buggy to the point of unplayability - Game locks up after most missions (which requires a restart) and level 9 has a bug where you can’t always finish it. Multiplayer doesn’t seem to work either. It is fun, if a little tedious, when it works.