When it comes to user-generated content, these Dawn of War Soulstorm mods are some of the best for the game. Developed by Iron Lore Entertainment, "Dawn of War: Soulstorm" is the third expansion in the "Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War" series, based off the popular table-top game. "Dawn of War: Soulstorm," being a popular and competitive real-time strategy game as well as having a large following due to the table-top game, received a lot of attention from the modding community. Between the release of "Soulstorm" and "Dawn of War II," the game received a large amount of modifications, many of which are still played today instead of the newer games. These "Dawn of War Soulstorm" mods are some of the best and most interesting endeavors the mod community has to offer.
- No Limit Hardcore Mod. This mod is not for the faint of heart. If you do not want to get rather stressed out playing "Soulstorm," avoid this one. This mod is exactly as it sounds, a bit hardcore. No Limit Hardcore removes the unit cap from the game, allowing for extremely large fights. The game is clearly not designed with this in mind, so adding a greater number of units turns the game into a very hectic experience. In addition to the removal of the limit cap, this mod features numerous tweaks to game balance and enhanced AI.
- "Dawn of War 40k": Firestorm over Kaurava. The aim of this extensive balancing mod is to bring "Soulstorm" closer to the table-top game. This means that the mod tweaks the game to have a certain edition of the rules from the table-top game. It can get quite confusing. Firestorm also features an enhanced model painter, an overhauled UI and a massive amount of tweaks to the armies in game.
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