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Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War II: Chaos Rising is the first standalone PC expansion to the real-time strategy (RTS) Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War II franchise. Continuing the story of the Space Marines battle against a variety of factions across several planets, in Chaos Rising players must also stand against the dreaded Chaos Space Marines. The game does not require the earlier Dawn of War II game for play, and includes 15 new missions, new units and corruption mechanic, the Chaos Space Marine faction and excellent online multiplayer options.
Your Blood Raven Space Marines have saved the sector, but can they save themselves? In Warhammer 40000: Dawn of War II: Chaos Rising, the sequel to the acclaimed Dawn of War II RTS franchise, you return to sub sector Aurelia where a long lost frozen ice planet has reappeared from the Warp, bringing with it new secrets to uncover and foes to face. Here you must take command of the Blood Ravens and defend the sector against the forces of the Black Legion. Purge the chaos filth and hold the chapter together as traitorous forces work from within to try bring down the Blood Ravens.
New Missions, Units, Multiplayer Race and Corruption Mechanic:
Dawn of War II struck a new chord in the RTS genre with its focus on specific unit based strategy with limited reinforcement options and limited RPG elements, as opposed to the generally repetitive RTS tactic of resource gathering-base building-and swarming maneuvers. The Chaos Rising expansion to the franchise follows suit with 15 new single player missions centered on the players' strategic choice of units; upping the ante further by including new units for each of the returning in-game races and even introducing a new race, the traitorous Chaos Space Marines, who are a playable faction in online multiplayer action. In addition, players must navigate a new corruption mechanic built into in single player campaign, which consists of access to new and dangerous destructive powers. Designed to allow for variation in completing mission objectives, these powers also carry the possibility of drawing units closer to the influence of Chaos, which affects both the mission possibilities as the game progresses and the overall outcome of the game.
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Platform: PC Download
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NO WAY----this was one big waste of time and effort, as One cannot buy a product like this as it is, according to "Steam" a non-reproduction; i. Read morePublished 7 months ago by lonewolfcub
The game is okay. It does not play like the first warhammer 40k, as you no longer construct building to research new tech and make you army. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Patrick OBrien
If your a 40 K fan it's a ok part of the dawn of war series, I prefer the interface of the earlier games, but still plays well.Published 14 months ago by MJ
Would not download updates can not play it. Not real happy with it! Will return it can not be playedPublished 17 months ago by Jerald cox
Recommended for any Warhammer 40k fan. More tactical (without bases) than the first part, but that doesn't hurt the game.Published 19 months ago by John Yo
the games in this series were difficult sometimes to get into because of all the passwords and the different groups you need to join up with and getting them straight gameplay is... Read morePublished 19 months ago by creators ID
Great game have owned before bought again for little brother. Great rpg little less rts than the first DAWN OF WAR.Published 21 months ago by john salas
The game is totally worth but , but dont waste your time downloading it through Amazon because you will be forced to do it through Steam again. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Cake