Figuring out how to play Dawn of War online takes the right gear and the game. Like most online games that are immersed in a massive multiplayer online role-playing game, Dawn of War requires basic computer requirements and an online account. Dawn of War is part of the Warhammer enterprise, specifically the Warhammer 40000 universe. Dawn of War is a well played online environment and offers plenty of good times.
Things you will need for this:
- Dawn of War DVD
- Master account
- For starters you need to ensure you computer is adequate. Dawn of War requires the following as minimums to play – 1.4 GHz PIII, 256 MB RAM (recommend 1 GB), video card with 32MB of RAM, 16-bit sound card 4x CD-ROM drive. These are the essentials to get you going with the Dawn of War.
- Create a master account at Mythic Entertainment. Do this by visiting their website and clicking on the “account management” tab ob the right. On the right hand side go all the way to the bottom and create a master account by clicking the “start” button. Follow the questions as they appear.
- Purchase Dawn of War through THQ. At the Warhammer 40000 website you will see the Dawn of War icon on the right hand side. Click the “buy now” button and proceed to THQ. Here search for Dawn of War and proceed. Select Dawn of War and “buy this game”. You will then be asked for your birth date (note this game is rated ‘M; for mature). Once complete proceed to check out and digital download.
- Once download is complete, you are ready to proceed to your account. Log into your account and activate the game. You can now play Dawn of War online.
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