Everything you need to know before you buy the game.
Dawn of War III is finally approaching, and with it comes the return of large-scale warfare to the Dawn of War franchise. It has been years since these games featured massive battles and super-heavy units, and players may be hesitant to dive in as the game embarks on its newest iteration. To help players decide if Dawn of War III is for them, we’ve compiled a list of 15 things you should know before you buy Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III.
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The pre-order bonuses are skins.
Pre-Ordering Dawn of War will grant you custom skins for the Imperial Knight, the Wraithknight and the Morkanaut. Thankfully, no gameplay related content has been gated off by the pre-order bonuses, so you needn’t be worried about players who pre-order gaining any sort of competitive advantage. It’s nice to see Relic offering a small bonus for pre-orders rather than keeping any units or modes locked behind the pre-order wall.