Eurogamer talks with Relic about the future of the Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War franchise, learning from game director Quinn Duffy that he believes Games Workshop will tap them for another installment in the RTS series: "There's a strong possibility we'll all be working together again on Dawn of War." Complicating this is uncertainty of who currently owns the rights to the Dawn of War computer games, as the article states they have not been able to get answers from Sega or Games Workshop on this, and that Duffy is not clear on this himself. "I'm still a bit fuzzy on that. There were certain properties that were attached to the sale of Relic initially, which was Company of Heroes, but not all of Relic's initial IP was part of that initial sale package," says Duffy. "Dawn of War, because it's a license and it's owned by Games Workshop, they have the opportunity to work that license with whoever they want. I would hope it would be us again. We had a great working relationship with Games Workshop. Sega is establishing one now with the fantasy license for Creative Assembly."
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