Company of Heroes 2 Summary
Company of Heroes 2 was one of the site's favorite games back in 2013, earning a 9.0/10 score in its, with the subsequent downloadable content and expansions never earning less than an 8.0/10 score. Now, Sega and Relic Entertainment have released The Master Collection on Steam, which includes the original game plus all of the released content for the game.
Company of Heroes 2, the much beloved World War II era military real-time strategy game from Sega, is getting overhaul as it rolls out its December patch. Players are in for new units, commanders, intel, and general quality tweaks for the game.
Not sure if you want to splash out for a newarmy? Sega is giving you a chance to try out standalone multiplayer expansion The British Forces or free.
Kicking off at 10:00am PDT/6:00pm BST/7:00pm CET on August 31 and ending at 2:00pm PDT/10:00pm BST/11:00pm CET on September 2, up to 55,000 players will be able to try out the British army's sixteen new units and six unique Commanders, as well as take a tour of the expansion's eight additional maps.
The British Forces expansion for Company of Heroes 2 adds a couple of new units into the mix alongside the basic roster that we're familiar with from the first game, and one of them is the
Which, handily, has just been profiled in a spotlight video from. Packing twin 20mm autocannons housed on a Cromwell chassis, the Centaur can tear through both infantry and aircraft with ease.
I love the. There's something so... functional about it. No threatening profile, no fancy tricks, just a big old caterpillar track with a metal box plonked on top. Simple and classic.
Or at least I thought that was the case. It turns out that the Churchill that will appear in Company of Heroes 2's upcomingwill come in a number of flavours, all of which are demonstrated in a new video from relic.