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Company of Heroes

01 Jul 2006

From the studio that brought you Homeworld and Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War comes the next revolution in action strategy. Company of Heroes is a World War II Real Time Strategy game that brings to life the journey of the brave men of Able Company as they fight across Europe in the greatest war mankind has ever known.From the opening shots of the D-Day invasion of Normandy players will find themselves immersed in a rich single player campaign. Experience the cinematic intensity, courage and bravery of the heroes that defined a generation, set against the backdrop of the most dynamic battlefield ever seen in a game. Real-time physics and a completely destructible environment guarantee that no two battles ever play out in the same way. Destroy anything and re-shape the battlefield in your own image! Use buildings and terrain to your advantage or deny them to the enemy.

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