Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War delivers a level of visual detail never before seen in an RTS. Hundreds of units clash on the battlefields of the dark future, unleashing massive destruction through a stunning battery of long-range weaponry before closing in for the finish. Incredible kill animations bring science fiction combat to life like never before, and the gritty future-gothic Warhammer 40,000 setting provides a striking tableau for the chaos and carnage of this grim, dark future, where there is only war!
A map pack that contains: The Corral, Frozen Battlefield, Icelands, Rocket's Red Glare, and Temple Ruins.
The First and the best Map Pack ever released.
Title : Unity Map Pack
Release Date : 12/10/04
Authors : THE CELEBRITY GRAVEYARD: Brian Cairns, Spencer Franklin, Sean Galvin, and Sean Jenkinson
Email Address :
Additional Credits to : THQRelic
Installation - IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU UNZIP TO ONLY THE W40K FOLDER
Unzip the map into "THQ/Dawn of War/W40k/"
--- Play Information ---
Game : 2 3v3's and 3 4v4's
Level Names : The Corral, Frozen Battlefield, Icelands, Rocket's Red Glare, and Temple Ruins.
--- Construction ---
Editor(s) used : Relic DOW mod tools
Base : From scratch
Construction Time : 1 week
Some of these maps use new textures. And these maps will rock your f***ing socks off!
Copyright / Permissions / Disclaimer
These levels are copyrighted by Brian Cairns (Frozen Battlefield, Temple Ruins), Sean Galvin (The Corral), Sean Jenkinson (Rockets Red Glare) and Spencer Franklin (Ice Lands).
All new textures created by Spencer Franklin.
Authors may use this level as a base to build additional levels.
You are NOT allowed to commercially exploit this level for profit in any way, including but not limited to, putting it on a CD ROM or any other medium that is sold in or out of retail channels, for any amount of money. You must obtain written permission from us, Brian Cairns, Jose Castaneda, Spencer Franklin, Sean Galvin, and Sean Jenkinson, to exploit this level commercially.
You MAY distribute this level through any electronic network (internet, FIDO, local BBS etc.), provided you include this file, leave the archive intact, and do not charge a fee for access to this file.