Looking for information on how do you register "Dawn Of War 2"? You don't have to register your copy of "Dawn Of War 2", but it is always a good idea to. In case you didn't know, THQ is the developer of "Dawn Of War 2". When you register your copy of "Dawn Of War 2" with THQ, you will receive exclusive content via e-mail. Registration is free, so you really have nothing to lose by registering "Dawn Of War 2" with the developer.
- The THQ Website. You will need to visit the official THQ website in order to register your copy of "Dawn Of War 2". When you visit the website for the first time, you will be asked to select the country that you live in. If you select the wrong country, you can change it by clicking on the flag on the right hand side of your screen. To register "Dawn Of War 2", simply click on the "Game Registration" tab that is at the top of the THQ website.
- THQ Account. You must have a working THQ account in order to register "Dawn Of War 2". If you already have an account, you can sign in to it by clicking on the "Sign In" button that is found at the top right of your screen. If you don't have an account, you will be prompted to create one when you click on the Game Registration tab. To create an account so you can register "Dawn Of War 2", you will need to enter a username, email address, password, date of birth and country. An email will be sent to you containing a link that you need to click on to activate your THQ account.
- Registering "Dawn Of War 2". You are now ready to register "Dawn Of War 2" once you have logged into your THQ account or created a new account. Once you are signed into your account, click on "Register a game" from the Game Registration tab. Simply select a platform and then type in "Dawn Of War 2" or select the game from the drop down list that appears below step 2. Click on the "Submit" button to officially register "Dawn Of War 2".
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