After disappearing for many years, Dawn of War III is finally coming out in 2017. Vancouver-based studio Relic Entertainment has been working on the game for several years now, since before THQ sold the company to Sega in 2013. Trailer above.
Cody Kenworthy is currently art director and CVO of Blackbird Interactive, the indie studio made up of a bunch of former Homeworld devs, and also the team behind Hardware: Shipbreakers.
There's a "strong possibility" that Relic will be working with Games Workshop on a new Dawn of War game somewhere down the line.
There's a new Dawn of War title (well, standalone expansion pack) out this week. And where there are new Dawn of War games, there are cinematic trailers that make 40K fans go a little weak at the knees.
Fans of Dawn of War, Company of Heroes and Homeworld take note: developers Relic will be showing off a new real-time strategy game in August.
Dawn of War II has featured a few of Warhammer 40K's alien races, but they've never been playable in the game's singleplayer campaigns. That's about to change.
If the extent of your real-time strategy gaming extends to playing Starcraft and pre-ordering Starcraft II, boy have you missed a lot in the last ten years.
The vid shows of the melee brawling style of the faction, plus some of the spiffy robotic units and vehicles the Orks are so fond of building. My personal favorite is the rocket-launcher squad — but I have to call bullshit on this vid for making it look like a lone rocket-launcher squad can take down what looks like…