Previously, the only thing we knew about Relic's long-awaited sequel to the Dawn of War franchise was that it was coming out next year. Now we know the month.
The release date was unveiled on SEGA's website this evening, which says the next Dawn of War will be released on April 30:
There's no date, month, or quarter listed on the Dawn of War website, or its store listing on Steam. It's the first news we've seen of anything beyond a blanket 2017 release for Relic's upcoming RTS.
It's worth noting that April 30 falls on a weekend for Australians, so it's likely that April is more of a window than a specific day. Still, it's the first indication from Relic or SEGA about when Dawn of War 3 will be out -- although as often happens, the project could always be delayed before then.
Curiously, the listing on SEGA's site says that Dawn of War 3 will be a "PC Download", as opposed to a PC release. That could potentially indicate that the game isn't lined up for a retail launch, although the same designation was given to the highly successful Football Manager series as well.
Update: Added a clarifying paragraph about the date.