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Eldar UlthwÚ DLC coming to Dawn of War II - Retribution

Jul 19 // Maurice Tan

New DLC has been announced for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution. Just like the previous The Dark Angels DLC, it will give you a bunch of new models for the major units and new color schemes for the others. Except this time it's all about the Eldar craftworld of Ulthwé instead of the Dark Angels chapter.

The Farseer will have a new look inspired by Taldeer (the Farseer from Dark Crusade), the Warlock Hero will receive new robes and a helmet pattern in the Ulthwé style, the Guardians will be dressed in black with red highlighting, and the Autarch will match that with an additional custom designed helmet. The Wraithlord, Seer Council, Warp Spider Exarch and all the Eldar vehicles will also get a similar visual makeover.

All these new skins that are part of The Ulthwé Pack DLC can soon be yours for $7.49. If people like this kind of DLC and if buying it gives Relic more money to develop new The Last Stand maps, I'm all for it.

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