Luckily for us, it looks like Company of Heroes 2 will have some significant changes that will separate it from its predecessor.
If an object is blocking your view, chances are that you’ll be able to blow it up. Torres confirms that most things in Company of Heroes 2 will be destructible.
For those of you that are bored with the standard WWII scenery, don’t worry: Relic has chosen to go with the battles on the Eastern Front because the general public is less familiar with them. Even though these tales aren’t as popular, that doesn’t make them less significant: Torres says that 13 of the 15 biggest, bloodiest battles of WWII were fought on the Eastern Front.
Company of Heroes 2 is scheduled to release in early 2013 for PC.
Are you excited for more Company of Heroes?