Mini-campaign, skins and multiplayer commanders await.
By Tim Colwill on April 9, 2013 at 8:21 am
SEGA have announced more bonuses for those who slap down a pre-order for the upcoming Company of Heroes 2, due out on June 26.
If you pre-order the game you can now access a new ‘Theatre of War’ mini-campaign, which will be a single-player story released post-launch.
The ‘Winter Ambush’ and ‘Voronezh Front’ skin packs will also be made available, allowing you to customise the appearance of your vehicles. Two multiplayer commanders will also be made available — Germans get access to the Joint Operations Doctrine for artillery strikes, and the Offensive Spearhead Doctrine for heavy armour and airstrikes. Meanwhile the Soviets get the Anti-Infantry Tactics Doctrine which unlocks flamethrower tanks, and the Conscript Support Tactics Doctrine to give rapid reinforcement.
If that tickles your fancy, you can now get Company of Heroes 2 for $45 on Green Man Gaming if you use the code GMG25-S0FSG-R7Z9B before April 12. Whatever you do, don’t pay regular ripoff prices — it’s currently $90 on Steam, which is a staggering markup for Australians that nobody should be forced to pay.
Source: Press Release