Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III is coming to Linux next month.

News of the port was confirmed today by games publisher Feral Interactive.

The latest entry in the hugely popular Warhammer real-time strategy series will land on Linux on June 8th, the same day as it meanders on to macOS.

“In Dawn of War III‘s 17-mission campaign, players alternately command the heavy-hitting Space Marines, the savage Orks, and the technologically-sophisticated Eldar as the warring factions fight for the Spear of Khaine, a mysterious weapon that will determine the fates of all three,” reads the press release punted in our direction.

“Massive armies and devastating elite units engage in spectacular tactical battles where the key to victory lies in taking advantage of each unit’s unique abilities to outwit, then overpower, the enemy.”

And if that doesn’t tickle your tactical tastebuds the promise of cross-platform multiplayer mode between macOS and Linux users probably will!

“We’re delighted to bring such a hugely anticipated game to macOS and Linux”, Feral Interactive say of the release.

Dawn of War III’s epic single-player campaign and visceral multiplayer combine to deliver an exhilarating experience on a vast scale.”

Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III will be available to buy on Steam for $59.99 (£39.99 or €59.99) from June 8th. It will also be available on the Feral Store should you wish.

Will you be buying it?

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