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WH40K: Dawn of War II GFWL downgrade 1.0.0

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These files allow Dawn Of War II and its' standalone expansion, Chaos Rising to use GFWL instead of Steamworks.

Note: This does not bypass or remove Steam's DRM in any way. You still need Steam to run the game in addition to GFWL.




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