Company of Heroes 3 will be released on November 17, the North African operation revealed
Company of Heroes 3 will be released on November 17 on PC via Steam. Relic Entertainment and SEGA have announced that pre-orders are open for the game. There is also a free Alpha Mission available for a limited time. A trailer for the North African operation was also released. This is the second single-player campaign the developer has revealed after the previously announced dynamic Italian campaign. The North African Operation offers a linear narrative experience where you take command of the infamous Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK).
Relic Entertainment announced on Tuesday that Company of Heroes 3 is now available for pre-order on Steam for Rs. 3,399. Pre-purchasing the game now will give buyers access to the Launch Edition, including the Devil’s Brigade DLC pack. Its PC release date has been set for November 17. The developer also revealed Operation North Africa – a single-player campaign that will deliver an engaging linear narrative where players control the infamous German DAK Expeditionary Force. The game will also feature the dynamic Italian campaign – a sandbox-style map where players will have to command the overall war effort in Italy.
Company of Heroes 3 will arrive with four playable factions: US Forces, British Forces, Wehrmacht and DAK. include. Along with the two aforementioned single-player campaigns, the game will also feature competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes.
As fans of the franchise await the November release, they can get their first look at the DAK in action by signing up for Mission Alpha. This free alpha includes missions from the first part of the North African Operation campaign. This build is available to play on Steam until July 12 at 12pm EST / 9:30am IST.
Company of Heroes 3 is currently available for pre-order on Steam for Rs. 3,399. It will be released on PC later this year on November 17.
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