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Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces has been Announced

Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces has been Announced

Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces has been Announced

Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces has been Announced

 

Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces has been Announced, a new standalone multiplayer expansion for Company of Heroes 2 franchise which will place you in command of the British forces.

 

"Introducing the latest standalone multiplayer entry in the Company of Heroes 2 series, featuring an iconic Allied army from WWII. Experience a unique tech-tree that challenges the player to balance the constant trade-off between mobility and defense. Surprise opponents with your development choices and an open end game configuration. For King and Country!"

 

 

Being a patriotic citizen of single player gaming, it saddens me that we have not seen any more single player content for Company of Heroes 2, though it is good to see some more content for the game. Being a fan of RTS games, I do find this title pretty interesting, though with the lack of any single player content I think that I personally will be giving this title a miss. 

For the price of £10 it is difficult to argue with this title, if you want a new multi-player RTS experience, this should be worth a try, otherwise I'd advise you to stay away. 

 

You can join the discussion on Company of Heroes 2: The British Forces on the OC3D Forums.

 

 

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10-07-2015, 05:46:30

Thelosouvlakia
[*wish]

I really don't consider CoH2 as a worthy game. CoH1 was a great game when it first came out in 2006 and with the 2 expansions the game became almost perfect then modders came along and made wonderful mods that kept the game alive made it more realistic and interesting. When CoH2 came out SEGA and Relic decided that they shouldn't learn anything from the mods and brought out a barebones game again... DissapointedQuote

10-07-2015, 10:27:10

dwatterworth
Agreed. I didn't even make it all the way through the COH2 single player campaign. What ever happened to a proper base builder main stream RTS? Bought the Command and Conquer series on Humble Bundle just to get the first few releases. The CD's became scratched beyond any repair long ago.

Praying for something good from these GamesWorkshop collaborations that are supposedly on the way.Quote

10-07-2015, 11:05:38

Jbo1234
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Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia View Post
[*wish]

I really don't consider CoH2 as a worthy game. CoH1 was a great game when it first came out in 2006 and with the 2 expansions the game became almost perfect then modders came along and made wonderful mods that kept the game alive made it more realistic and interesting. When CoH2 came out SEGA and Relic decided that they shouldn't learn anything from the mods and brought out a barebones game again... Dissapointed
Very true. Relic seemed to be one of these companies that has no idea why their previous games are successful so go on to make a sequel with nearly all the best points removed. Also the volume of DLC for CoH2 was absurd.Quote

10-07-2015, 11:22:59

Thelosouvlakia
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jbo1234 View Post
Very true. Relic seemed to be one of these companies that has no idea why their previous games are successful so go on to make a sequel with nearly all the best points removed. Also the volume of DLC for CoH2 was absurd.
TQH died three months ago before CoH2 got released... who knows how different they could have handled itQuote

10-07-2015, 18:00:22

Ofan
The UI on this game is massive, it feels like it takes up a stupendous amount of the screen. I regularly summon up the will to try and play and enjoy it but always rage quit about 10 mins in due to having to deal with it.

Shame, I loved the 1st one.Quote
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