Relic's wonderful Warhammer 40,000 real-time strategy series Dawn of War is free to play on Steam this weekend.
Relic Entertainment has a five-year plan for World War 2 real-time strategy game Company of Heroes 2, a plan that includes a raft of expansions, updates and - potentially - new armies.
Relic Entertainment will move its Warhammer 40K strategy games over to Steam in a bid to keep their multiplayer portions alive.
There is a "strong possibility" that Relic Entertainment will work with Games Workshop on a new Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War game.
Sega sent a press release overnight about its Relic acquisition, and seemed to suggest it had acquired the Warhammer 40,000 IP as well.
Update: It sounds like proceedings may be delayed. The auction is still going and the hearing could start this evening at 8pm UK time rather than at 5pm. That information comes from an investor (@DDInvesting) who seems reliable.
Real-time strategy classic Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War has been added to the Humble THQ Bundle.
Dawn of War and Space Marine developer Relic Entertainment will continue to invest in PC game development despite the recent spate of high-profile video game leaks.
THQ has signed a new "multi-year" extension on its exclusive Warhammer 40,000 licensing agreement with brand owner Games Workshop.
Steam has clumped THQ and Relic games together into great money-saving packs.
THQ has officially lifted the lid on Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II.
The sequel will be PC-only, and returning developer Relic is aiming for a spring 2009 release. Those of you buying Dawn of War expansion Soulstorm will be invited able to take part in an upcoming multiplayer beta test.
Dawn of War II has few surprises on its feature hitlist, other than a fully co-operative multiplayer campaign for you and your friends - just like Red Alert 3, which claims it pioneered the idea.
Belgian magazine PCGameplay is reporting a sequel to Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War is on the way, according to IGN.
Only two classes, Orkz and Space Marine, have been mentioned so far. There will be co-op campaigns for both. It's also being reported that the game will support DirectX 10 and multiple CPU cores.
Relic has been developing the game since September 2006, and it's due out next year.
Speaking to our sister site, GamesIndustry.biz, Relic Entertainment boss Ron Moravek has revealed that forthcoming PC RTS Company of Heroes could make it onto next-gen consoles - along with previous hit Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War.
Relic's announced a few details of a new expansion for Games Workshop-licensed RTS Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, following on from last year's Winter Assault pack.
The new pack has yet to be named but will introduce new single-player and multiplayer content and, most notably, two new playable races. One of those will be the Tau - and if you're more of a gamer than a tabletop fanatic, you can see what they're about on Games Workshop's website.
The introduction of the Tau and their unnamed pals will bring the total number of playable races in Dawn of War to seven.