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Warhammer 40000: Dawn Of War II - Chaos Rising

Released on 12 March 2010

Rating: 16+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (11 customer reviews) | Write a review

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In the sequel to the acclaimed Dawn Of War II real-time strategy 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. In Dawn Of War II: Chaos Rising you will take command of the Blood Ravens and defend the sector against the Chaos Space Marines 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.
  • Warhammer 40000: Dawn Of War II - Chaos Rising does not require the original Warhammer 40000: Dawn Of War II to play


  • Single-Player Missions: Continue your fight against the enemies of the Emperor and use your squads' wargear, abilities, and experience to battle Chaos in 15 new missions.
  • New Environment and PVP Maps: New ice planet graphics set will increase the visual diversity and adds 7 new PVP maps.
  • Aspire to Glory: Build your existing squads up to level 30 and unlock even more devastating abilities.
  • Chaos Corruption Mechanic: New single-player mechanic allows you to equip incredibly powerful equipment that corrupts your squads. This will impact the storyline and determine who the traitor is along with how the story ends.
  • New Multiplayer Playable Race: Swear loyalty to the Chaos Gods and play as the bloodthirsty Chaos Space Marines in multiplayer battles against both Chaos Rising and Dawn Of War II owners.
  • New Units: New units for the Space Marine, Ork, Eldar, and Tyranid armies.
  • Two New Last Stand Units: Face off against the relentless horde as either the Chaos Sorceror or Tyranid Hive Tyrant.

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 Average rating (11 reviews)

 A great expansion to an already great RTS

| | See all Panama16's reviews (3)

If the enjoyed the original DoW II then I can guarantee you will enjoy this. Even if you didnt like the original, I'd suggest trying it again because much as changed and the expansion has breathed new life into the game.

Chaos Rising add the Chaos Space Marines - that is the Space Marines evil brethren. Unlike in the original Dawn of War where Chaos felt like Space Marines with spikes, in Dawn of War II they feel like their own completely new and original race! Great fun to play against and as.

The singleplayer campaign is massive amounts of fun and now instead of running for A to B and killing a boss every mission, you have to complete objectives that have tons of variety and make the missions awesome. The new corruption feature means throughout the campaign, you're marines can slowly turn towards chaos which will unlock them dark, unholy but very cool gear.

Finally, there's a ton of new maps, new units for existing races and new multiplayer modes such as free for all. I recommend this game because it is without a doubt my favourite Dawn of War yet

 Well Worth the Money.

| | See all JoseTheGreat's reviews (10)

Chaos Rising is a great addition to DoW2.

It adds 13 new story missions to the game, each one a tad different from the rest so as not to bore the player. Squads can now level to a maximum of 30 - this seems like a lengthy increase, but the truth of the matter is that you'll reach the level cap a few missions before the last one.

Regarding the new Chaos multiplayer army, well - they're unique, as was the worry from some they'd be "too similar to Space Marines". Chaos feature a wealth of diverse units, mostly melee oriented, making for some (often quite annoyingly) linear strategies.

There are also 2 more heroes that are playable in The Last Stand; the Hive Tyrant - who takes a "summoner" role (spawning lesser Tyranid creatures to weaken and harass enemies) and the Sorcerer who can create daemonic copies of his foes and blast apart enemies using psychic powers.

The other armies each recieve new units, too (ignore the guy below me, no faction LOSES units - the Tyranid unit was just moved to a different tier of construction). I'll leave it at that, but this is definitely the expansion we've waited for.

 Boww To The Gods

| | See all hardrockcafe's reviews (1)

This game is well worth buying, i've always been a very big fan of strategy games from the classic Red Alert up to the new Dawn of War series, When I heard they were bringing the Chaos army into DOW:2 I wasn't scared but one thing for sure when you fight them you will be, oh you will be.

The new units for this new army are amazing and you can really see that they are evil, the units have names like "The Unclean One" and to fight a monster of his size is very hard to do. But we must not forget the other armys new units each army get a 1 new unit for it with the Tyranhids getting one replaced (s they get 2 new units).

This game is well worth the time for playing on your own and with friends online or on a network, for when you see the melee fights at close veiw or even zoomed out abit you will see the true looks of a fight to the death in a true war.

 The new era of 40k

| | See all Marcusbasher247's reviews (8)

it is an immense game, especially the new chaos space marines all though the new tyranid genestealers were a bit of a let down, anyway the campaign has new features but is a little short...

i was so into the Eldar i have even added Dark Eldar colours, above all this game rocks! i sure wish the next expansion feature the Tau Empire of The Necrons OOOOH THE NECRONS!!! that would be totally awesome. if you have the first Dawn of War II, i'd seriously recommend you buy this, it's EVOLUTIONARY!!!!

 Very nice.

| | See all Webbysan's reviews (10)

I really enjoyed this. Although it is a tad short campaign wise, i mean i finished it twice in one weekend. This is a shame, but i cant hold it against the game, what with it being a expansion.

What can i say, i always loved Chaos, and the new curruption idea was a very nice touch. Stay pure... or give in to the dark gods, your choice. Either way, you'll find items/weapons that will provided added bonuses to which ever direction you decide to take.

But, while the single player game was fun... What i found myself ingrossed in was the Last Stand feature. With the 2 extra commander units to choose from, this part of the game kept me hooked for hours, and i DO mean hours.

This deff gets a big thumbs up from me.

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Rating16+ (PEGI)
Players1-6