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Company of Heroes 2 - PC

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3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews) 6 answered questions

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Platform: PC
Edition: Standard
  • Blood and Snow Take command of the iconic Red Army on the Eastern Front and repel the Nazi invaders in the most brutal conflict of World War 2
  • Next Generation RTS The sequel to the highest rated RTS title of all time is pushing the boundaries of the RTS genre with new TrueSight and Dynamic Battle Tactics gameplay mechanics
  • Essence 3.0 Built on the latest rendition of Relic Entertainment?s state of the art proprietary engine, Company of Heroes 2 pushes the graphical and gameplay boundaries of the RTS genre
  • Tactical Expertise Develop and utilize your commander abilities based on your tactical preference and taste for war. Mold and customize your army to suit your individual playstyle before delivering tactical blows to annihilate your enemies
  • Competitive Multiplayer Featuring the great competitive multiplayer that fans have grown to expect from the Company of Heroes franchise

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00BQZ5F6C
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 25, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,526 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

It is 1941 and the beginning of what will become the most brutal conflict of World War II, as Germany launches a full-scale invasion of the frozen tundra of the Soviet Union which would result in over 14 million military casualties. Take command of the iconic Soviet Red Army in brutal frontline warfare to free Mother Russia from the invading Nazis. Your strategic skills and tactical expertise hold the power to tip the very balance of this conflict in the sequel to the critically acclaimed and multi award-winning Company of Heroes. Engage in visceral tactical combat that will define you as a military leader and challenge you to wield the might of the Soviet Empire as you smash your way to Berlin

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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Sequel With Flaws June 25, 2013
By R. Hill
Platform for Display:PC Download|Edition:Standard
Edit 4/26/14
Elbe day update - Added 2 free commmanders, Lend Lease Tactics (Russian) and Mobile Defense Doctrine (German) to get ready for the western front release. Also significantly changed the balance with Russian and German armor to be more balanced. Overall Russian armor can compete better now. Rear hits against tanks/vehicles now do more damage to encourage flanking.

Edit 4/4/14
Relic has announced that they will be releasing the Western front American and Wehrmacht factions along with 8 new maps to COH 2 in June this year. It will be a stand alone expansion and you can buy both armies individually if you wanted to. Both factions will play similar to the original COH 1 factions but have new tech trees, new units, and new abilities.

Edit 11/20/13
Since the recent turning point patch COH 2 has been improved quite a bit. From what I can tell Relic is adding new content each month.

- Relic has re-worked and improved the veterancy to be more unique for every unit.
- Added a check box option for each map that you want to play in automatch.
- Added a world builder.
- Added new maps.
- The AI has been improved A LOT.
- New commanders, skins, and theater of war content (Case Blue And Victory At Stalingrad). This stuff you need to pay for but it's worth it IMO.


Company of Heroes 2 is the epic sequel to the original World War 2 strategy game that came out in 2006. Even though this game has major issues (I go over them at the bottom) I have faith that Relic will continue to improve on it to make it great. After all the original COH took a long time to become the excellent and still enjoyable game it is now.
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51 of 62 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Dawn of War 2: COMRADE EDITION June 25, 2013
By GiG
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
DISCLAIMER: I played the closed and open betas since April and clocked in about 50 hours or so with multiplayer on the open beta, so my review is based on my overall experience.

My overwhelming impression for this game is that it is almost exactly like Dawn of War 2, mainly in how terrible the netcode continues to be. Relic has chosen to continue to use the cheaper P2P multiplayer model, which guarantees that the game will run as fast as the person playing with the Pentium III processor. Lag is guaranteed and 4v4 matches rarely maintain all players as someone will eventually drop. Higher ranking teams frequently get sent against low ranking teams. The argument you may hear is that rank does not equate skill, which is true. However, aside from the massive flaw in thinking with this argument (a player who has played to level 50 against humans is probably more comfortable with the controls and command than a newer player), you receive "Bulletins" as you level up, which are essentially perks for your army that confer minor benefits. "Minor" is extremely subjective in this case as some of the later perks have benefits such as better armor, health, accuracy, speed, penetration, etc... around 5%.

The perks don't really matter much as the game is extremely unbalanced between the Soviets, who rely on infantry, and the German side, which gets early access to MG42s and a halftrack upgradable with a dual flamethrower which suppresses and rapidly roasts infantry. The German armor is also so hilariously superior to anything the Soviets can muster to the point where the only way to win is for the Soviets to simply spam massive amounts of AT guns, or sacrificial T-34 tanks. How are they sacrificial?
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great sequel with a few flaws February 20, 2014
Platform for Display:PC Download|Edition:Standard
I am a long time gamer, played most RTS games that have come out in the past 30 years. I am a big fan of the original COH, and still play to this day. I was anxiously awaiting COH2, expecting big things. I will admit, at first I didn't care for it. After playing it for a few more hours, it grew on me and I started to notice the difference between the original and part 2.
The first thing I noticed was the pop. cap. Its always at a certain number and never goes down or up, no matter how many points on the map are held. The points held on the map only increase the speed at which you get points for building, not the population cap. That means its possible to make a come back even if the enemy holds most of the points. The Russian army has a unique approach to winning, its no longer about who can build the most tanks. Skill and decision making about which points to take and when will win the game. With the pop. cap, you cannot cover all the points at the same time. There is a steady ebb and flow to the game play if the teams are evenly matched. Being able to replenish your forces on the map in a timely manner is the key because both sides take heavy losses the entire game. The line of sight mechanic seems to work well and flanking works better when the enemy can't see you all the time. It also makes ambushes possible.
The weather effects in the game are a welcome addition and it increases the need to watch your infantry and how close they are to cover when a blizzard is about to hit. The fires that can be built do not last that long and they cost man power, and cannot be built by the average infantry. Although the infantry can build sandbag walls and they are very important in this game, since there is a lack of true base defenses.
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